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Han Young Transforms Into a Chef for Daily Drama "Wanna Taste"

2019/09/19 | 272 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Young is making a change.

She's starring in the new SBS daily drama "Wanna Taste" as a chef.

"Wanna Taste" is a traditional story that revolves around family and neighbors.

Han Young is expected to undergo a transformation playing a character that is different from existing ones. The artist starred in "Happy Sisters", "My Son-In-Law's Woman", "Mom is Acting Up", "City Life" and more, and she has been in several TV shows.

"Wanna Taste" stars Shim Yi-young, Seo Do-young, Im Chae-moo and others. The drama begins in November.

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"Wanna Taste" is directed by Yoon Ryoo-hae, written by Kim Do-hyeon, and features Han Young, Seo Do-young, Shim Yi-young, Dok-go Young-jae, Im Chae-moo, Bang Eun-hee. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/11/11~Upcoming, Mon~Fri 8:35am on SBS.

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