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"Let's Eat - Season 2" Seo Hyun-jin's monitoring

2015/03/30 | 547 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Seo Hyun-jin was seen monitoring herself.

She takes on the role of Baek Soo-ji in the tvN drama "Let's Eat - Season 2".

Pictures of the actress show her not being able to take her eyes off the monitor. She seems determined to do a good job and passion is given off in the sparkling eyes of hers.

Seo Hyun-jin shot the teaser this day and she ate a lot of food for it. She didn't show signs of exhaustion and was able to make everything look so delicious.

As much as eating is important in the drama, Seo Hyun-jin monitored herself and supplemented what she didn't see was enough.

Seo Hyun-jin ate a lot very quickly and mastered techniques of eating hot steaming food.

"Let's Eat - Season 2" is about the happenings of Goo Dae-yeong (Yoon Doo-joon) and Baek Soo-ji, his elementary school friend. The first episode is due on the 6th of April at 11PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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