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[Video] "The Perfect Wife" unveils teaser of Ko So-young running and getting hit

2017/02/08 | 529 views | Permalink | Source

The first teaser for "The Perfect Wife" is out.

The new KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife" released a footage through Naver TV Cast. The footage starts with the words, "Ko So-young is coming. Don't you like doing it with me?"

In the footage, Sim Jae-bok (Ko So-young) is being chased by someone. In another scene, she's being punched by someone and is yelling, "My nose is bleeding!" Then the words, "Do you want to know about this woman's marriage life?" comes out across the screen.

In the following scene, Sim Jae-bok is complaining to her husband (Yoon Sang-hyun), "Don't you like doing it with me?"

Meanwhile, "The Perfect Wife" is a comedy based on female power, directed by Hong Seok-goo and written by Yoon Kyeong-ah. The first episode starts on the 27th.

Source : enter.etoday.co.kr/vi...

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