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'Unkind Women' Song Jae-rim, Lee Ha-na and Kim Ji-suk in triangle relationship

2015/02/23 | 1334 views | Permalink | Source

On February 23rd, KBS 2TV's new Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Unkind Women' held a press conference at Imperial Palace Hotel in Gangnam-gu, Seoul. Actors and actresses, Kim Hye-ja, Chae Si-ra, Do Ji-won, Lee Ha-na, Kim Ji-suk, Song Jae-rim along with producer Yoo Hyeon-gi attended the event.

'Unkind Women' depicts stories of the women from the three generations including Kang Soon-ok (Kim Hye-ja), who has been living the single life as a cooking instructor after her husband left her, and her two daughters, Kim Hyeon-jeong (Do Ji-won) and Kim Hyun-sook (Chae Si-ra) and her granddaughter, Jeong Ma-ri (Lee Ha-na).

Producer Yoo Hyeon-gi said, "We have the coolest actresses here. I have all the actors and actresses on my number one list I had in mind when I started planning the production. I believe we have cast the actors and actresses who will bring the characters to life perfectly".

Song Jae-rim also mentioned about gumdo, "It's my first time to be exposed to this sports. It has a lot of merits including the diet effect and mental training. You don't wear underwear traditionally, but I wear them all the time though", which made the crowd laugh.

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