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[Spoiler] "The King of Dramas" Fujii Mina strike with her beauty

2012/11/07 | Permalink | Source

Fujii Mina struck the viewers with her doll-like beauty.

New SBS drama "The King of Dramas" on the 6th starred Fujii Mina as Akiko, the young wife of Japanese business man Watanabe (Jun Moo-song).

Akiko served tea to Anthony Kim (Kim Myung-min) and Lee Go-eun (Jung Ryeo-won) who visited her home to get investment agreement from her husband Watanabe.

Lee Go-eun sneered, "So he's a man" to herself but Anthony Kim couldn't take his eyes off Akiko.

Akiko is a Japanese who loves Korean dramas and she was fluent enough to speak it. She is a character of naïve nature. She will play a key role in this drama as she gives away her husbands secrets to Anthony and Lee Go-eun.

Meanwhile, Fujii Mina debuted with the Japanese movie "The Simpson's" and also starred in Jia's music video and the Channel A drama "Panda and Porcupine".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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