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Soo Ae's femme fatalism

2012/12/04 | 1792 views | Permalink | Source

Femme fatale in "Yawang" who dreams of being the First Lady.

Actress Soo Ae is going to change completely.

Soo Ae is starring in the upcoming SBS drama "Yawang" as a femme fatale.

"Yawang" is about a woman who dreams of becoming the First Lady and a man who sacrifices everything for her. Soo Ae is a selfish and passionate character who does anything she needs to get what she wants.

"Yawang" is based on an original written by Park In-kwon. It is a sequel to "Daemul - Big Thing" which Go Hyun-jung starred in. It seems like the comparison between Go Hyun-jung and Soo Ae from the fact that Ko was the president and Soo Ae being the First Lady, is going to give the viewers something to talk about. If Go Hyun-jung was a justifiable woman in "Daemul - Big Thing", Soo Ae is different. She is a femme fatale; a wicked woman.

Soo Ae's agency claims, "She will look sexy without using make up or exposure. It will be good to expect a big change in her unlike the very strong character she's shown in "A Thousand Days' Promise" and "ATHENA".

Source : sports.donga.com/3/al...

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