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Choi Jung-won's first appearance leaves a strong mark

2013/08/13 | 1059 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Jung-won proved her existence.

On the fourth episode of the JTBC drama "Her Legend", Choi Jung-won appeared as grown up Eun Jeong-soo.

The first scene of Choi Jung-won was a sad and affectionate one where she waits for Woo Do-yeong (Kim Hye-sun) who is the lady who adopted her.

Not only that, she is accused of being a thief by Do Jin-hoo (Kim Jeong-hoon) but she managed to pull it off easy.

"Her Legend" has been reviewed as great for the great performances by the younger cast until the third episode and now the grown-ups like Choi Jung-won, Kim Jeong-hoon and Son Eun-seo are about to mesmerize the public.

Choi Jung-won is once again being acknowledged for her acting skills through this bright and standing out character.

Meanwhile, "Her Legend" is about the making of the greatest luxury bags in Korea and about love and success. It can be seen every Monday and Tuesday at 9:50PM.

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