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Lee Young-ah and Namgoong Min in "Unemployed Romance"

2013/08/07 | 1885 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Young-ah and actor Namgoong Min are starring in a 10 part drama called, "Unemployed Romance".

E Channel said, "The two are about to go through a change from their calm image to a bright and cheerful one".

Lee Young-ah takes on the role of Seung-hee, who dreams of being a star writer but is only a salary writer for a third-class program. Namgoong Min takes on the role of Jong-dae, a temporary public worker in the department of unemployment benefits.

They both say it's nice to act out a cheerful character and that they feel like it's an opportunity for them.

General manager Kwon Yong-seok says, ""Unemployed Romance" is a realistic but fun movie which will earn the connection of the generation of the year 2030".

"Unemployed Romance" is about the reunion between Seung-hee and her first love Jong-dae.

To be aired on the 5th of October at 11PM.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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