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Yoona's 70s 'camput godess'

2011/11/16 Source

Photos of Girl's Generation member Yoona (21) were released.

She has recently been seen on the campus of Gyemyeong University shooting the drama "Love Rain". On site, she looked honest and innocent, just like a college girl. She emphasized feminism with a white blouse, blue jacket and plaid skirt to match. Her long straight hair and clear skin gives her a different look from when she is on stage.

In this drama, Yoona takes on a dual role of mother Kim Yoon-hee in the 1970s and her contemporary daughter, Yoo-ri, along with Jang Keun-suk in the role of Seo In-ha.

"Love Rain" is produced by KBS2 "Autumn in my Heart" and "Winter Sonata" producer Yoon Seok-ho with Oh Soo-yeon, and for Yoona this is her first drama in two years, following the 2009 MBC drama "Cinderella Man".

Previously Yoon Seok-ho has said, "Yoona's peculiar girl-like freshness should add more fun to the love story between youths".

"Love Rain" will start shooting at the end of this month and will air early neat year.

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