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[Video] Upcoming KBS drama "Oh My Venus" joined by famous producer

2015/11/04 | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV drama "Oh My Venus" is of issue because of So Ji-sub and Shin Min-ah but there are additions of famous producers too.

"Oh My Venus" is a miniseries produced by Kim Hyoung-seok who also produced "My Husband Got a Family" but there are two other producers who are helping him. They are producers Kim Seong-yoon and Lee Na-jeong.

Kim Seong-yoon is known for works like "Who Are You - School 2015", "Discovery of Romance", "Dream High", "Big" and other romantic comedies. She especially proved her abilities through the drama "Discovery of Romance". With that experience, she's in charge of organizing and promoting this new drama.

Producer Lee Na-jeong is a co-producer with Kim Hyoung-seok. Lee Na-jeong started to surface with the 2012 drama "Nice Guy". She re-produced the short film "Snow Path" as a movie and was acknowledged for her sensitivity in footage.

"Oh My Venus" is a highly anticipated drama because of the three. KBS has been on a downfall for about a year now and this time it is determined to overcome this slump.

"Oh My Venus" is about a female lawyer who has gone from good-looking to out of shape meeting a worldwide famous health trainer and attempting on a diet.

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