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Lee Mi-sook cast for "Love Rain"

2012/03/05 | 1543 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Mi-sook has been cast for the KBS 2TV drama coming at the end of March.

She is taking on the role of middle aged Kim Yoon-hee.

She plays the mother role of Lee Hana (Yoona) and gardener Kim Yoon-hee 32 years after her college days which is acted out by Yoona.

Lee Mi-sook is expected to put on a deeper act in addition to Yoona's act of Kim Yoon-hee from the 70s and display affectionate and romantic love.

Having done lots of strong characters so far, Lee Mi-sook will share warm love with Jung Jin-young (2012 version of Seo In-ha) after seeing him for the first time in 32 years.

Director Yoon Seok-ho said, "True to the name, Lee Mi-sook is the best actress there is and her deep-thought acting and concentration should portray Yoon-hee's painful romance very well".

Meanwhile, "Love Rain" is coming soon on the 26th of March.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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