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Rookie Kang Soo-jin-I to star in "Kill Me, Heal Me"

2014/12/29 | 595 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Soo-jin-I has been cast for the MBC drama "Kill Me, Heal Me". She's co-starring with the lead star Hwang Jung-eum.

"Kill Me, Heal Me" is a romantic comedy drama about a multi-personality disorder 3rd generation plutocrat Do-hyeon (Ji Sung) who falls in love with his psychiatric doctor Oh Ri-jin (Hwang Jung-eum).

Kang Soo-jin-I stars as Lee Yeong-seon, an intern in the psychiatric department and she is ridiculously bright and cheerful all the time.

Kang Soo-jin-I said, "I am so happy to be in a drama with such great people. I hope to learn a lot from this and I will work hard to earn the support of the people".

Many anticipate Kang Soo-jin-I's appearance in "Kill Me, Heal Me" and are curious what kind of energy she'd bring to the drama.

Meanwhile, "Kill Me, Heal Me" is due on the 7th of January after "Mister Baek".

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