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[ChanMi's drama news] "The Queen Returns" casted Park Tam-hee!

2009/08/22 | 815 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Tam-hee will be the bright and charming gold miss!

The new KBS drama "The Queen Returns" will be about the gold miss Choi Joo-hee acted by Park!

The drama is also about a housewife who wished to be a ballerina and a ballerina who dreamed to be a housewife. The ballerina will be acted by Hwang Shin-hye and the housewife will be acted by Oh Yun-soo.

Park Tam-hee here, will be the dance university underclassman and a stage director for the ballet group in college, and once a fan of the ballerina, Do-kyeong but became anti-fan when she quit ballet for her husband.

Gold miss' idea of love is not for marriage but for dating and enjoying it.

Park Tam-hee has been living this life and acts it out very well with her speech, bright character, and luxurious look.

The first episode will be on September 14th.

 

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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