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Lee Min-jung to come back with SBS drama "Hello, My Precious"

2015/12/08 | 2297 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Min-jung is coming back for the first time in 2 years with "Hello, My Precious".

She takes on the role of Sin Da-hye, a proud wife who keeps her house spotless and is respectable to her father-in-law. She manages to stay happy with the allowance her husband gives her and knows how to style a cheap piece of clothing like a luxury brand. She does her hair herself but still looks like she's been to the salon and she's young and pretty.

Lee Min-jung is finally coming back. She gave birth to her first child in March this year and this is her first married woman role as a married woman.

"Hello, My Precious" is based on a Japanese novel about a man and a woman who experience a reverse experiment under the assumption that they will return to their normal selves starring Rain, Kang So-ra and Kim Soo-ro.

"Hello, My Precious" is written by Noh Hye-yeong and produced by Sin Yoon-seob.

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