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Baby Vox Lee Hee-jin refused to be Baek Do-bin's lover

2012/07/19 | Permalink | Source

Lee Hee-jin appears in "God of War".

Former Baby Vox member Lee Hee-jin makes a cameo appearance in the historical "God of War" as Nani, Choi Hang's (Baek Do-bin) lover.

Nani is a woman who resides in one of Choi Woo's branch temples. She was one of Choi Woo's favorites who was specially chosen from a respectable family. However, after Choi's death she is harassed by Choi Hang and refuses to become his woman and ends up meeting a brutal fate.

Choi Hang had been doing unpardonable acts after becoming the leader and when his subjects opposed to Nani's death he killed them one by one cruelly.

Lee Hee-jin who appeared just once but made a good impression, said, "I was a fan of "God of War". It's an honor to work with producer Kim Jin-min-I".

"God of War" is a bloody war of revenge and the only character that is able to stop Choi Hang and his brutal actions is Kim Joon (Kim Joo-hyuk).

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