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Crayon Pop's Heo Min-jin in "High School - Love On"

2014/06/04 | 1032 views | Permalink | Source

Crayon Pop member Heo Min-jin is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "High School - Love On".

Chrome Entertainment said, "She's the one who initiates the case in the drama".

Heo Min-jin is current attending the Seoul Art School Department of Acting and she's got a passion for it. She's always getting lessons even though she's busy with work and has been dicing her basis as an actress.

Heo Min-jin is co-acting with Nam Woohyun and Lee Sung-yeol from Infinite, actress Kim Sae-ron and more.

Heo Min-jin said, "I'm really nervous as this is my first acting challenge. I'm very happy to have this opportunity and I will do my best not to be a burden to anyone".

"High School - Love On" is about an angel who turned into a human trying to save a male student and the friendship and romance of teenagers in high school. To be aired on the 27th at 8:55.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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