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Korea or China? Lee Yoo-ri's happy concern

2015/12/03 | 1593 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Yoo-ri is on a path of a happy concern.

Lee Yoo-ri was offered a role in the KBS 2TV drama "Resisting Temptation" and a Chinese drama "Honey, I'm Sorry".

She seems happy that both countries want her. The offer from China is hard to refuse as it has high reviews about Korean dramas and the Chinese market is making a speedy development. This is her chance to become active in China like Jang Seo-hee, Jang Nara, Lee Da-hae and Choo Ja-hyun.

"Honey, I'm Sorry" is a romantic story between a man and three women. It chose Joo Jin-mo as the lead and thought of casting Chinese actresses. However, plans changed after watching Lee Yoo-ri in "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!"

Fortunately, the two dramas don't overlap in terms of schedule so it won't be a big problem in deciding what to do. "Resisting Temptation" starts next year and "Honey, I'm Sorry" starts in June next year.

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