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Park Shin-hye, "In-ha and the Queen are different but the same"

2014/12/30 | 1473 views | Permalink | Source

Behind-the-scene stills of Park Shin-hye were revealed on the 30th.

In "The Royal Tailor", Park Shin-hye plays the role of a sad queen while she is a social reporter Choi In-ha in the drama "Pinocchio". She's seen concentrating on her script.

Park Shin-hye had a hot 2014 with "Pinocchio" and "The Royal Tailor". In "Pinocchio" Choi In-ha accepts the fact that she has a problem with lying and considers other people's feelings before hers. She is honest due to her Pinocchio Syndrome, but she's loveable in that way and she has held onto her script until the very end to hiccup more.

In "The Royal Tailor", she's a beautiful but sad queen. She's a young queen who stands beside the king and does a good job by leaving a positive impression on the public.

Meanwhile, Park Shin-hye is hosting the SBS Awards Festival held on the 31st of December.

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