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"Drama Special - Knife Barber" Nam Gyu-ri's cute drunken act

2012/07/22 | 1105 views | Permalink | Source

 

Nam Gyu-ri returned with the KBS2 "Drama Special - Knife Barber" for the first time in a year.

She acted out the unfortunate woman with a story and showed cheerfulness as well as pain. In the scene where she eats food she made with Woo-jin and his friends, she was so realistic and cute.

She spoke about why she married Myeong-cheol after having a few drinks at dinner time. She claimed she wanted to die a day earlier to get out of this misery.

Netizen's claim it was good seeing her on TV and that she did a good job.

"Drama Special - Knife Barber" is about Hwang Mi-ja (Nam Gyu-ri) asking killer Woo-jin (Park Sung-woong) to kill her loan shark husband Myeong-cheol (Lee Chul-min). The cast includes Nam Gyu-ri, Jo Dal-hwan, Park Seung-kyeong and others and is produced by Lee Jung-seob .

Meanwhile, Nam Gyu-ri has been cast as Yoon Se-na inn the new KBS 2 drama "Haeundae Lovers".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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