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Eugene, a widowed mother in "Can We Love?"

2013/11/14 Source

Eugene is making a new attempt.

She stars in the new JTBC drama "Can We Love??" as Yoon Jeong-wan. This drama is about the life of women in their 30s and their work, love and fantasies.

Eugene's role of Yoo Jeong-wan is a divorced single mother with a 10 year-old son. She's a weak-hearted one who is used to the marriage life and causes a lot of problems with her clumsy attitude.

Eugene attempts at a new role this time dealing with childcare and divorce.

Apparently Eugene is excited about this new role. She should be able to communicate with the women her age and receive the love of male fans all at once.

Eugene said, "I was completely mesmerized by the scenario and I'm ready with passion. I am happy to be able to work with a director I've always wanted to work with and I'm sure to do my best".

"Can We Love??" will be seen after "My Neighbor's Wife".

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