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How did Son Ye-jin beat Kim Ha-neul and Kim Sun-ah, becoming the 'romantic comedy queen'?

2011/11/20 | 2319 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Son Ye-jin from the movie "Spellbound" became the best 'romantic comedy queen' (AKA romcom queen).

She beat Kim Ha-neul and Kim Sun-ah and was the selected by 41% of participants in a survey that was done by Naver, the question being "Who is the top Romantic Comedy Queen?"

Not only did she succeed with movies such as "The Art of Seduction" and "My Wife Got Married", critics noted that she raised expectations for her acting by displaying multi-faceted characters and steady performances.

In second place came Kim Ha-neul with "You Pet" and Kim Sun-ah was in third with her various movies and dramas thus far.

"Spellbound" is about the relationship between a woman whose sixth sense perpetually disrupts her romantic relationships and a horror magician who is too weak to date anyone. Coming soon next month!

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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