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Lee Se-young grows up fast

2012/09/09 | 2260 views |  | Permalink | Source

Lee Se-young grew up so fast.

The first episode of the KBS 1TV drama "The Great King's Dream" showed Lee Se-young all grown up.

Lee Se-young appeared as Cheon Gwan-nyeo who Kim Yoo-sin (No Young-hak) falls in love with a first sight. She was daring as she warned "You can't do this to a vestal like me" to the soldiers who mocked her.

Lee Se-young had a good base in acting thanks to her child actress days and seemingly all grown up.

Netizen's say, "When did she become so big?", "She's become prettier" and more.

Lee Se-young debuted in the SBS drama "Brothers' River" in 1997 and starred in "My Love Patzzi", "Dae Jang Geum" and movie "When I Turned Nine" and "Lovely Rivals"

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