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Lee Chae-young to act with Kim Soo-hyun

2012/10/08 | 786 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Chae-young is teaming up with Kim Soo-hyun.

Lee Chae-young has been cast for the role of Ran in "Secretly and Greatly" which puts her in the same boast as Kim Soo-hyun, Park Ki-woong, Lee Hyun-woo and more.

"Secretly and Greatly" is based on a web toon about dynamic action and impressive narration about the spy from the south and the people of the village.

Lee Chae-young has also moved herself to another agency along with the movie. She has settled down in H Star Company along with Byun Hee-bong, Shin Jung-geun and other talented actors and actresses.

Her agency revealed, "Lee Chae-young has superior expectations and has unlimited potential for development".

Lee Chae-young stated, "I am grateful to be able to share the same company as great actors and actresses and also to be working with amazing people in this movie. I am so happy and I hope for good things".

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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