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"King of Dramas" Jung Ryeo-won like a real scriptwriter

2012/10/15 Source

Jung Ryeo-won showed off what she had to be a script writer.

Jung Ryeo-won takes on the role of Lee Go-eun, an assistant scriptwriter but someone who dreams of debuting with her own work in the near future in the upcoming SBS drama "The King of Dramas".

In the picture of Jeong revealed on the 16th, she is concentrated on her laptop with all messy desks and books in the background. She is predicting an interesting character with her passion.

Lee Go-eun is a completely different person to Anthony Kim (Kim Myung-min) who would do anything for money. She is very firm and shows a different appeal.

"King of Drama" is about the process of producing a drama and the coming together of Anthony Kim who calculates everything with money and percentage, Lee Go-eun who is honest and firm and Kang Hyeon-min (Choi Si-won) a 4th dimensional top star.

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