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Han Ye-seul comes back in a year and a half with "Spy MyeongWol"

2011/04/13 | 1458 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Ye-seul will be returning to home screens in a year and a half.

She has been cast for the role of Han Myeong-wol in the new KBS 2 drama "Spy MyeongWol" (written by Kim Eun-yeong-I and Kim Jeong-ah, directed by Hwang In-hyeok), a follow up of "Babyfaced Beauty".

"Spy MyeongWol" is about a North Korean female spy who meets a popular hallyu star and creates a romance.

Han Ye-seul is Han Myeong-wol who has the capabilities of a spy but can't hold back the curiosity and her off the wall character.

The productions say, "We thought Han Ye-seul was perfect for the role of Han Myeong-wol. We expect her to show us perfection in this drama like she did in her previous works".

Han Ye-seul's KBS casting is the first time in 7 years after 2004 "Forbidden Love" and her partner actor is in the process of being cast.

Directed by Hwang In-hyeok, "Spy MyeongWol" will begin its broadcast this July.

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