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Moon Geun-young comes back with "Cheongdam-dong Alice"

2012/08/22 | 2593 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Moon Geun-young is coming back.

According to Namu Actors, Moon has been cast for the new SBS drama "Cheongdam-dong Alice". She takes on the role of Han Se-kyeong and this will be her first drama since "Marry Me, Mary!" two years ago.

Han Se-keyong lives by the motto "Effort Makes My Place" and is an endlessly positive girl. She overcomes all plots and plans and starts working in a clothing company but all she does is run errands for the madam and looks back in the life she's lived so far.

"Cheongdam-dong Alice" is written by Kim Ji-woon-II and Kim Jin-hee-I from MBC "Queen Seon-deok" and SBS "Deep-rooted Tree".

Meanwhile, "Cheongdam-dong Alice" will be aired after the weekend drama "Five Fingers" and it's about a girl who copies luxury brands falling in love with Terius. Moon Geun-young will join the drama in October.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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