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Jeong Yoo-mi was an extra in "Silmido", just for a second

2011/11/16 | 503 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Actress Jeong Yoo-mi confessed she was in the movie "Silmido" before.

On the SBS TV program "TV News At Night" on November 16th, Jeong Yoo-mi from the current SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise" made an appearance.

She said, "I am so busy these days, I am all discombobulated". She is quite new to TV screens but she has already been in more than 20 projects.

She mentioned that she was in a movie that ten million people have seen. She said she was in the movie "Silmido" for one second as a little girl who was on a bus.

Meanwhile, she also brought up the movie actress Jeong Yoo-mi-I, who has the same name as her, and said, "I did think about re-naming myself so I thought about Jeong Ji-na, Jeong Eui-jeong and more". Now she doesn't want to change her name.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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