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[Photos] Kim Hee-sun and Kim Sun-ah's "Woman of Dignity" begins airing on June 16

2017/04/24 | 1281 views | Permalink | Source

The new JTBC drama "Woman of Dignity" starring Kim Hee-sun and Kim Sun-ah is starting on the 16th of June and its teaser poster has just come out.

"Woman of Dignity" is written by Baek Mi-kyeong who recently wrote "Strong Woman Do Bong-soon". It's about two women with different lives among the groupings of fluctuating desires.

Kim Hee-sun takes on the role of Woo Ah-jin, a smart and beautiful woman who is the second daughter-in-law to a plutocrat family. Kim Sun-ah is a mysterious woman named Park Bok-ja who jumps into Woo Ah-jin's 'perfect' life.

The teaser posters are of Kim Hee-sun and Kim Sun-ah in contrasting appearances.

Kim Hee-sun looks fancy and glamorous while Kim Sun-ah looks mysterious and dark. The veteran atmosphere around the two actresses increase anticipation for the drama.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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