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Soyeon to fill Kang Ji-young's space in "Iris 2"?

2013/01/07 | 1086 views | Permalink | Source

There was a rumor going around saying that Soyeon was going to join "IRIS 2" but it turns out to be wrong.

Soyeon from T-ara was reported to be in negotiation with the "IRIS 2" team to fill in the empty space left by Kang Ji-young (Kara) who was to play the role of Song Chae-ran, a NSS bodyguard team agent.

A source from "IRIS 2" says this isn't true at all. There are many candidates possible for this role but Soyeon hasn't been given the go.

Soyeon starred in "Haeundae Lovers" last year. Many wonder if she will make a come back with another drama with "IRIS 2".

Meanwhile, "IRIS 2" continues from three years after Kim Hyeon-joon (Lee Byung-hun) is mysteriously killed. The thrilling action and heart aching romance at the same time should present the viewers with lots to see. To be aired on the 13th of February after "Jeon Woochi - Drama".

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