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[HanCinema's News] Lee Young-eun and Na Hye-mi to Appear in New Daily Drama "Queen's Children"

2019/03/11 | 455 views | Permalink

A representative from Na Hye-mi's agency confirmed that Na Hye-mi is in the final stages of agreeing to appear in "Queen's Children", the new daily drama from KBS. This follows reports last month that Lee Young-eun was also taking a role.

"Queen's Children" is a family drama. Lee Young-eun is slated to play the eldest daughter in the family, Geum-hee. Na Hye-mi will play the second daughter, Geum-joo. Their surname, Wang, is a play on words. It is also the Korean word for king. "Queen's Children" will begin after the end of "Get Out of the Way, Fate" in the same timeslot.

Lee Young-eun was the lead actress in the popular 2016 daily drama "Shine Eun-soo". Na Hye-mi has a secondary role in current popular weekend drama "My Only One", which is currently eyeing breaking 50% ratings as it heads into its final weekend.

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