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"The Perfect Wife" Ko So-young and Jo Yeo-jung are something else

2017/02/14 | 965 views | Permalink | Source

Ko So-young and Jo Yeo-jung have completely different charms.

The two are starring in the KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife" as Sim Jae-bok and Lee Eun-hee. They meet as resident and house owner and although they have different personalities, they blend together like soul-twins.

In the teaser, Ko So-young is a bold ajumma probationary employee who asks her husband Koo Jeong-hee (Yoon Sang-hyun), "Do you really hate doing it with me?" This somewhat erotic question reflects on the reality of many married women these days.

Jo Yeo-jung, the house owner, is so nice she does the interior for her resident for free. She's mystical and mysterious at times. Jae-bok leads her into a mysterious world and she performs the role with perfection.

"The Perfect Wife" is written by Yoon Kyeong-ah and directed by Hong Seok-goo. It is due for release on the 27th of February.

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