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"49 Days" Lee Yo-won "Won't at least 3 cry for me"

2011/03/06 | Permalink | Source

In the SBS drama "49 Days" Lee Yo-won revealed "I am going to work hard to express the characters of Song Ee-kyeong and Sin Ji-hyeon well".

First being broadcast on the 16th after the drama "Sign", "49 Days" is about a woman who is in a coma after an accident and has the opportunity to live if she gained the tears of 3 people who truly love her.

Lee Yo-won in this drama is Song Ee-kyeong. She said, "I am curious how I am going to portray and express these two characters, Song Ee-kyeong and Sin Ji-hyeon. I will work hard to express their different personalities well".

She explained the drama, ""49 Days" will make us think again about the way we live and help us find happiness".

As she was mentioning three people who would cry for her, she conveyed, "This idea made me look around me. I wondered if at least three people including my friends would cry for me".

Meanwhile, drama "49 Days" is made up of, Lee Yo-won, Jo Hyun-jae, Bae Soo-bin, Seo Ji-hye, Jung Il-woo, Nam Gyu-ri and more.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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