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Han Ji-hye pulls off everyday outfit like a photo shoot

2012/07/02 | 1406 views | Permalink | Source

Han Ji-hye visited the set of the drama she is starring and supported the children actors and the staff.

Han visited the shooting site for the new MBC weekend drama "May Queen".

Only children actors and actresses Kim Yoo-jung, Park Ji-bin, Jung Ji-so and others were present but Han came to cheer them on. She gave out snacks and drinks to every one on site as well.

Han Ji-hye wore a comfortable outfit with a hate but when she stood there watching the children, she looked like a scene from a photo shoot.

This days scene was of Hae-joo (Kim Yoo-jung) meeting with In-hwa (Jung Ji-so) a rich family daughter who always disregarded her and Kang-san (Park Ji-bin) who always took good care of her. Although they are children, this scene hinted the relationship between the three of them and Han Ji-hye watched with great interest.

"May Queen" which is to be aired in August, is about a woman who overcomes hardships and succeeds as an ocean specialist based in Ulsan. Kim Yoo-jung and Park Ji-bin's grown up role will be taken over by Han Ji-hye and Kim Jae-won.

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