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Oh Hyun-kyung cries barefoot

2013/09/05 | 944 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Oh Hyun-kyung is currently starring in the KBS 2TV weekend drama "The Wang Family" as Wang Soo-bak, the eldest daughter.

She started crying during a scene in the drama and even the passers-by couldn't help but watch in awe. Her realistic crying made a baby cry as well and caused an NG.

Wang Soo-bak is an immature wife who has never done housework in her life. She changes luxury furniture to relieve stress and has to spend money like water when she's overseas. She has no clue that her husband is weighing down stress concerning his company which is about to go bankrupt even when her housekeeper quits and her cards get frozen.

Wang Soo-bak is also being treated differently by her mother who is proud of her daughter's marriage status. However, even her mother noticed something strange.

The reason why Oh Hyun-kyung is on the streets, crying will be revealed on TV.

Source : star.mk.co.kr/new/vie...

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