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Lack of actresses in their 20's

2013/05/27 | 3203 views |  | Permalink | Source

Kang So-ra and Park Se-young

Actresses Kang So-ra (23), Park Se-young (25) and Kyung Soo-jin (26) are bringing along much needed rain in the drought of young actresses.

The three have been chosen as leading roles in the three main ground-wave broadcasting companies. Kang So-ra stars in the SBS daily drama "Ugly Alert", Park Se-young in the KBS 1TV daily drama "Sweet Springs" and Kyung Soo-jin stars in the KBS 2TV drama "Eun-hee".

Kang So-ra stands out the most. From "Sunny - 2010" to "School 2013", Kang So-ra whips up a different character in "Ugly Alert" as a proud and mature fashion expert.

Park Se-young is one of the fastest developing stars in her 20's. She started acting in 2011 and starred in "The Equator Man", "Love Rain", "Faith" and "School 2013". She's now landed herself in the daily KBS drama "Sweet Springs" which is a guaranteed check to high viewing percentage. She takes on the role of an orphan who dream of becoming an announcer.

Kyung Soo-jin also catches the eye. She's been chosen as the lead role in the generation drama "Eun-hee" based during the Korean War. She debuted with "The Equator Man" last year and has developed a speedy growth until now. The entrance of young actresses at a time where the 30's has taken over in "The Queen of Office" and "Shark" is very welcoming. If they continue doing their best and earn their respects, they should go a long way.

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