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"Everything Will Be Alright" Uhm Hyun-kyung, "Precious present"

2016/01/28 | 757 views | Permalink | Source

Uhm Hyun-kyung said a few words at the end of the KBS 2TV daily drama "Everything Will Be Alright". She plays Kang Hee-jeong, an evil woman who isn't hated.

On the 101st episode of "Everything Will Be Alright" Dal-ja (Lee Hwa-yeong) tried to reveal that Min-woo was Chairman Yoo's (Choi Yong-min) grandson in order to make Hee-jeong miserable. Hwa-jeong has a disease which is caused by stress and her life is on the line.

A picture of Uhm Hyun-kyung shows her smiling brightly.

Uhm Hyun-kyung said, "Our drama is famous for our teamwork and we don't want to part. We think this drama was a happy one which leaves us with many precious memories. I appreciate those viewers who have been with us for such a long time".

Meanwhile, "Everything Will Be Alright" is a drama about finding love and human relationships through parents, children, married couples and lovers. The final episode is on the 29th.

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