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[ChanMi's drama news] Kim's multiple transformations in new drama!

2010/08/03 | 1002 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Jung-eun is showing her multiple transformations through the SBS drama "I Am Legend".

In the last few episodes that started the series, the drama has hit up to 10.1% viewer rate.

It was higher than the "Coffee House" drama that ended with 8.4%.

Kim is the high class elite family's daughter in law and a powerful rock band vocalist.

Her name is Jeon Seol-hee and she is the wife of the top law firm's representing lawyer acted by Kim Seung-soo. She is also being oppressed by the mother in law acted by Cha Hwa-yun.

Her stress from her new family is let out through her singing in the rock band created with her high school friends.

Jeo also donates her bone marrow to her sister and is hospitalized.

We can see many wave of emotions through Kim's acting and she is being encouraged by her fans.

Source : news.nate.com/View/20...

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