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[Spoiler] "Operation Proposal" Park Eun-bin attempts at grown up acting for the first time

2012/02/09 | 1422 views |  | Permalink | Source

Park Eun-bin, who used to be a kid actress, took her first step as a grown up actress.

In the TV Chosun drama "Operation Proposal" that was aired on the 8th, Park Eun-bin managed to carry out the roles from a middle school student in uniform to a 28-year-old mature woman in a wedding dress.

"Operation Proposal" deals with the subject matter of 'turning back time to take over first love' and Park Eun-bin takes on the role of Ham Ee-seul who loves a man for 20 years until she gets married when she is 28 years old.

Although she couldn't confess her love to Kang Baek-ho (Yoo Seung-ho) even until he was marrying someone else, Ee-seul showed him affection by giving him mint candy as his mouth was drying up from nervousness.

Only at the end of the episode Baek-ho realizes that Ee-seul is the one and he gets a chance to turn back time and viewers are now looking forward to their love story.

After the broadcast viewers complimented on Park Eun-bin's steady acting. They said, "Innocent Park Eun-bin is so pretty", "Seung-ho this time don't lose her", "I watched it all along with my heart fluttering" and more.

"Operation Proposal" can be seen every Wednesday and Thursday at 8:50PM.

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