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Lee Hang-na to star in "Money Bouquet" with Lee Soon-jae

2017/10/18 | 221 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Hang-na is starring in the new MBC weekend drama "Money Bouquet".

"Money Bouquet" is about people who believe that they control money when they are in actuality controlled by it. It is written by Lee Myeong-hee and directed by Kim Hee-won-I.

Lee Hang-na takes on the role of Han Eun-sim, Chungah Group chairman Jang Gook-hwan's (Lee Soon-jae) caregiver. She has his complete trust as she told him that she's been in love with him since she was twenty. Han Eun-sim is quiet and careful and gives Jang Gook-hwan advice -- however, she mostly slanders his family.

Unlike her quiet and elegant image, Han Eun-sim is expected to have a big influence in Jang Gook-hwan and the flow of the drama.

Lee Hang-na was recently in the drama "The Strongest Deliveryman" as Go Kyung-pyo's mother Seon-ae. She's also appearing in a movie called "The Discloser".

"Money Bouquet" will begin in the middle of November.

Source : www.sedaily.com/NewsV...

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