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Kim Sun-ah poses like she's in New York

2012/05/28 | 1330 views |  | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Sun-ah could be in New York.

A picture of her was taken during a shoot in the new MBC drama "I Do, I Do".

In the picture, Kim Sun-ah is wearing sunglasses with a loose white knitted top and a cool looking cobalt-colored pair of pants.

Taking on the role of shoe designer Hwang Ji-an, Kim Sun-ah is drinking coffee with her friend from high school Bong Joon-hee (Kim Hye-eun). She has the 'uptown' atmosphere about her and looks like she's from New York.

Kim Sun-ah said about her characters, "Hwang Ji-an may seem like a woman with a fancy career like Carrie from "Sex and the City" but actually she's not. She is a woman who works to survive in the Korean society as a successful career woman.

Meanwhile, "I Do, I Do" challenges the typical mind of Korean people about having to meet prince charming to figure out the messed up life of a woman in her mid-30s.

Hwang Ji-an, a workaholic and Park Tae-kang (Lee Jang-woo) who is jobless fall in love in this drama. To be aired on the 30th.

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