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Jung Hye-in to star in KBS "Healer"

2014/11/23 | 1385 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Hye-in is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Healer".

"Healer" is an action romance drama about young people who didn't want to have anything to do with the words 'social' and 'politics' but eventually end up fighting the world their parents' generation left behind. The drama is written by Song Ji-na and produced by Lee Jung-seob. The cast includes, Ji Chang-wook, Park Min-young, Yoo Ji-tae and more.

Jung Hye-in is bold and righteous. She plays as Choi Myeong-hee (Do Ji-won) in her 20's, the sister-in-law to Kim Moon-ho (Yoo Ji-tae) and a friend to Park Min-young.

Jung Hye-in became famous for her LG Optimus, G Pro 2, Maxim Kanu, CJ and LG and Life commercials. She starred in "Doctor Stranger" as nurse Yeo Seon-hee and made a good impression.

Meanwhile, "Healer" will be broadcasted on the 8th of December after "Tomorrow's Cantabile".

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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