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Lee In-hye attempts two roles at once

2013/08/12 | 770 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee In-hye has been cast for KBS 2TV "Drama Special - Mother's Island". She takes on the role of a mysterious and crazy woman as well as a ghost. She takes off the 'smart' veil and attempts at something new and different.

Lee In-hye said, "I let myself go this time. I told my artists to make up so that I'm unrecognizable and I didn't even look at the mirror the whole time I was filming. I don't have a very important role but it will have a big impact. It can be extreme since it's a short drama and I have been working at it with passion".

"Drama Special - Mother's Island" is produced by Song Hyeon-wook. He has cast mother and son Kim Yong-rim and Nam Sung-jin and is putting in all efforts to make the drama seem as real as possible.

Based in an island village, KBS 2TV "Drama Special - Mother's Island" is about the life of a mother and three sons and will be aired on the 28th of August at 11:10PM.

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