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Examinee Yoon Eun-hye? Studying in a club why?

2011/04/28 | 1921 views | Permalink | Source

Yoon Eun-hye created a scene where she looks like she is studying hard in a night club.

Yoon Eun-hye is Gong Ah-jeong, the perfect 'eomchin-ddal' (mother's friends' daughter) who has everything she needs and nothing she doesn't need in the new SBS drama "Lie to Me".

This scene that was taken in a club last week shows Yoon Eun-hye holding a pen and intently thinking and writing about something with the flashing lights, music and people behind her. She looks like she could be in a library listening to music but it's odd that she's in a club.

The productions said, "Gong Ah-jeong is random, spontaneous and initiative".

"Lie to Me" which is about the ridiculous marriage scandal between elite royal guy Hyeon Gi-joon (Kang Ji-hwan) and nationally guaranteed eomchin-ddal Dong Ah-jeong (Yoon Eun-hye) will be broadcasted right after "Midas".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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