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Bae Jong-ok, Goo Bon-seung and Shin Yi to come back with drama

2017/04/23 | 1240 views | Permalink | Source

It's Come Back Day. Actors with plenty of experience are coming back with a drama. They are Bae Jong-ok, Goo Bon-seung, Shin Yi and Oh Ji-eun. Bae Jong-ok and Oh Ji-eun are coming back with the new KBS 2TV drama "Nameless Woman" and Shin Yi is coming back with the new MBC morning drama "Teacher Oh Soon-nam".

"Nameless Woman" is a drama about motherly love. This is Bae Jong-ok's first daily drama since 2011. She's a character that will do anything to save her son. Oh Ji-eun starred in the drama "Blow Breeze" last year but was hurt and got 8 weeks of treatment.

Koo Bon-seung and Shin Yi are coming back with "Teacher Oh Soon-nam" a drama about a female teacher who is also the daughter-in-law to a traditional family, losing everything and finding hope again.

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