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Han Hye-jin is back on the drama business by MBC 'Mate'

2010/11/07 | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Hye-jin is back on MBC.

Han Hye-jin is about to join MBC's new drama, 'Mate'.

Han Hye-jin, who became famous after MBC's 'Be Strong, Geum-Soon!', and 'Jumong', is back on her home ground after 4 years. One official from MBC said, “A verbal contract with Han Hye-jin is done. We will finish the whole casting work soon and start the shooting.”

Han Hye-jin will be playing as Dong-nyeh, who is intelligent and smart. She is the daughter of a village teacher, Seong Choi-si, and gets love from both of the main characters, Cheon-doong and Gwee-dong. The official added, “Han Hye-jin appealed as an intellectual character by So Suh-no in 'Jumong'. She is the best actress for this Dong-nyeh in the drama.”

"The Duo" is about two babies from one high class and one lower class accidently change; it's mainly about the lives of late Chosun's lower class.

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