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Jang Hee-jin's true colors

2013/12/29 | 778 views | Permalink | Source

Jang Hee-jin was seen full of laughter.

Jang Hee-jin stars in the SBS weekend drama "She Gets Married Thrice" as Da-mi, a woman who only has eyes for the one man she loves.

Da-mi risks her top star life on the line to protect Joon-goo (Ha Seok-jin) who is her ex-lover and announces false marriage with him. She is bold and proud but is actually very hurtful on the inside.

Unlike her character in the drama, Jang Hee-jin is a fun and carefree person in reality. She mingles with the staff without boundaries and is acting as the energizer for everyone on the set.

King Kong Entertainment revealed pictures of Jang Hee-jin playing around on the set while waiting for her turn to come around. It is hard to believe she's playing such sincere character when she's so bubbly and alive.

Meanwhile, SBS weekend drama "She Gets Married Thrice" can be seen every weekend at 9:55PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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