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"Gil La-im" Ha Ji-won, will she mention it at the premiere today?

2016/11/16 | 2001 views | Permalink | Source

While President Park Geun-hye caused an issue by using the name Gil La-im from the drama "Secret Garden", many wonder if the actual Gil La-im herself, actress Ha Ji-won will say anything about that.

Ha Ji-won is attending the premiere of the movie "Life Risking Romance" today (November 17th). This will be her first official public appearance since the issue aroused.

JTBC "News Room" reported that President Park has been using the name Gil La-im for visits to Chaum Clinic which is currently under investigation for government benefits. Apparently she didn't even pay her bills.

"Secret Garden" is a 2011 drama which ended with a percentage of 30%. The drama created many classic scenes like Hyun Bin and Ha Ji-won's 'foam kiss'.

However, thanks to President Park, the spotlight has been spared to Ha Ji-won. Her sources say that having her name mentioned in these circumstances is pressuring.

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