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"Mystery Queen" Choi Kang-hee with her script

2017/03/30 | 477 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Kang-hee shows so much love for her script.

The new KBS 2TV drama "Mystery Queen" released pictures from the set. The drama is about an ordinary girl named Yoo Seol-ok who likes to play detective.

Pictures show Choi Kang-hee with her script in her hands all the time.

Choi Kang-hee is seen going over the major scenes before the camera start rolling. Even during break times, she's looking at her script with Kwon Sang-woo, making sure of her routine.

She also looks like the second director in the picture where she's point at something with blue gloves on her hands.

Yoo Seol-ok played by Choi Kang-hee is a mixture of an ordinary girl and a detective girl who has the gift of tracking down criminals. Choi Kang-hee has been working hard on analyzing her character from speech to gestures.

Choi Kang-hee's eagerness for the drama overlaps with the character of Seol-ok and anticipation for the drama increases.

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