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Lee Ji-ah in "She Gets Married Thrice"

2013/10/24 | 1050 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Ji-ah pulled off the first filming session of the new SBS weekend special drama "She Gets Married Thrice".

Lee Ji-ah takes on the role of Oh Eun-soo, a former shopping host who failed in her first marriage and is married twice. She's lovely, charming and has strong willpower in her decisions.

The first scene took place in a nursery school. She arrived on the set way before anyone else did and prepared for her scene.

She was nervous as it was her first acting in two years. She shared conversations with the producer and exchanged ideas. She never took her eyes of the script.

The production thinks Lee Ji-ah is perfect for the role of Oh Eun-soo and that she's been preparing a lot to present something different.

"She Gets Married Thrice" is written by Kim Su-hyun and produced by Son Jeong-hyeon. The cast includes Lee Ji-ah, Uhm Ji-won, Song Chang-eui, Ha Seok-jin, Jo Han-sun, Seo Young-hee, Kim Yong-rim, Kang Boo-ja, Kim Yong-gun, Han Jin-hee, Kim Ja-ok, Oh Mi-yeon, Oh Mi-hee and others.

Based in the reality of marriage, this drama reflects on the meaning of marriage and family and how it has changed since our parents' generation. To be aired on the 9th of November at 9:55PM.

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