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Gil Eun-hye to star in "Orange Marmalade"

2015/03/11 | Permalink | Source

Actress Gil Eun-hye is becoming a two-faced femme fatale.

She's starring in the new KBS 2TV miniseries, "Orange Marmalade" as Jo Ah-ra.

Her role of Jo Ah-ra is one who has beauty, personality and wealth but Jeong Jae-min's (Yeo Jin-goo) heart. She does everything to make herself look good for him. She becomes jealous when Jeong Jae-min becomes romantically involved with vampire Baek Ma-ri (Seolhyun).

Gil Eun-hye left several strong impressions in past dramas such as "School 2013", "Rosy Lovers" and more. This time she's the bad one.

Gil Eun-hye, Yeo Jin-goo and Seolhyun are going to be involved in a three-way romance.

A source claims that Gil Eun-hye was thought to be perfect for the role as her reputation proved her to be a ready actress.

"Orange Marmalade" is a fantasy romance drama about a world where humans and vampires exist together.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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