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"A Thousand Days' Promise" Soo Ae's 10 different expressions

2011/10/23 | 1331 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Soo Ae's 10 different expressions is a great issue right now.

The SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise" is currently gaining popularity rapidly as it recorded 14.6% of viewers in just two episodes.

Playing the role of Seo-yeon, who has Alzheimer's disease, Soo Ae has been the talk of many netizens and they have collected 10 different pictures of her all with different expressions.

She is looking at something ahead, clutching an envelope with something in it or holding a diary and looking shocked or biting her finger and thinking deeply, expressing a fact.

Her smile makes male fans swoon. She is also holding a champagne glass and smiling as well as looking so pure an innocent in bed as well.

Producer Lee Woo-ram said, "We could see Soo Ae's various expressions and sides of her through "A Thousand Days' Promise". You should see a lot more of that coming up in the drama".

"A Thousand Days' Promise" is showing Soo Ae and her disease, progressing with every episode.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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