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Yoon So-mi to Join "I'm Not a Robot" as Chae Soo-bin's Sister-in-law

2017/11/30 | Permalink | Source

Yoon So-mi joins "I'm Not a Robot" as Chae Soo-bin's sister-in-law.

"I'm Not a Robot" is about a man named Kim Min-gyoo (Yoo Seung-ho) who has never dated before because of a people allergy. He falls in love with a woman who pretends to be a robot. Eom Ki-joon plays Hong Baek-gyoon, a genius robot scientist, and Chae Soo-bin is Jo Ji-ah, the woman who pretends to be a robot.

Yoon So-mi is Chae Soo-bin's high school friend and sister-in-law, Hong-joo. She married Jo Ji-ah's brother Jo Jin-bae (Seo Dong-won) when she was twenty because they were pregnant. She is more than just a sister-in-law to Ji-ah. When Ji-ah decides to become a robot, they two share her experiences and figure out what to do with Min-gyoo.

"I'm Not a Robot" begins on the 6th of December at 10 PM KST.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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