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Son Tae-young makes cameo appearance in "Yawang"

2013/01/09 | Permalink | Source

Actress Son Tae-young is showing support for her husband kwon Sang-woo.

She is making a cameo appearance in the drama "Yawang" according to kwon Sang-woo's agency.

It's not a big role, but a short cameo one. She is going to appear and say, "He looks like my husband. What a wank". This was decided by kwon Sang-woo and the director and Son Tae-young gladly accepted.

Son Tae-young's short appearance should be a big support to kwon Sang-woo as this is his first drama since 2 years ago. Coming up in the second episode, this is also Son Tae-young's first appearance in anything since "Two Wives" in 2009.

The SBS drama "Yawang" is based on the original by Park In-kwon in following the drama "Daemul - Big Thing". It is about a woman who wants to overcome poverty and become the First Lady and a man who would give up anything for her.

kwon Sang-woo and Son Tae-young got married in September, 2008.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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