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Go Hyun-jung Leaves "Return"

2018/02/07 | 4126 views | Permalink | Source

Go Hyun-jung has left SBS drama "Return". Despite the fact that the leading actress has quit, the drama's steady ratings climb continues with 14.4% and 17.4%.

"Return" started last month with 6.7% and has been on the rise ever since. It's thriller about four wealthy people who are involved with the death of a woman. The story is stimulating and quick, with the excellent performances of the cast drawing even more attention.

However, Go Hyun-jung has had conflict with the production and in the end, she left the set after a big argument with the director. A rumor describes the fact that she maybe had hit him.

In the end, SBS has decided to replace Go Hyun-jung. News released early morning on the 8th that Go Hyun-jung will be stepping down from the drama.

There has been cases where an actor or actress quits a drama due to injuries or sickness, but it is unusual for and actor to quit because of internal conflict with the production.

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