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Lee Yoo-ri comes back to KBS for the first time in 8 years with "Heaven's Promise"

2015/12/17 | 1519 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Yoo-ri is coming back with "Heaven's Promise".

Lee Yoo-ri is appearing in "Heaven's Promise" as a pair of twin sisters Lee Na-yeon and Baek Do-hee. Lee Na-yeon is a bold and easy-going character who gives her all to a man she loves but Baek Do-hee is bad-tempered and haughty.

Lee Yoo-ri is back to KBS for the first time in 8 years since "Mom's Dead Upset". In the meantime, she's proved her acting value in various other works and this time she's coming back with two roles.

Lee Yoo-ri said, "I am happy to be in "Heaven's Promise" and I look forward to it.

Meanwhile, "Heaven's Promise" is the story of the life of a woman who was crushed by the man she loved. Four generations of mothers and daughters go around an ill-fated relationship.

The drama is written by Heo In-moo and directed by Jeon Woo-seong and it will be aired in February next year.

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