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Park Ye-jin Becomes Head of Psychiatry in KBS 2TV's "Fix You"

2020/01/02 Source

Actress Park Ye-jin is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Fix You" as a head of psychiatry.

"Fix You" is a medical drama that questions the foundation of happiness through psychiatrists and their patients.

Park Ye-jin tackles the role of the head of psychiatry, Ji Yeong-won. She's sophisticated and humane, and she is expected to win the hearts of the viewers.

Park Ye-jin recently starred in the jTBC drama "My Country: The New Age" as Queen Sindeok of the Goksan Kang clan, laying out her solid reputation as a creditable actress.

Meanwhile, "Fix You" begins in 2020.

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"Fix You" is directed by Yoo Hyeon-gi, written by Lee Hyang-hee, and features Shin Ha-kyun, Jung So-min, Tae In-ho, Park Ye-jin, Joo Min-kyung, Jo Kyung-sook. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/04~Upcoming, Wed, Thu 22:00 on KBS.

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