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Oh Hyun-kyung, "My absence could have been longer…"

2013/04/17 | 1434 views | Permalink | Source

Oh Hyun-kyung cried on the cable channel tvN program "People Inside" while talking about the relationship she had with writer Moon Yeong-nam who wrote the SBS drama "First Wives' Club".

She said, "If it weren't for Moon Yeong-nam, my absence would have been longer. We figured out everything in 30 minutes and decided to go on with the drama together. I made a comeback I wasn't expecting".

"Moon helped me redirect my life for a whole year during the drama. I healed through the character in the drama. I earned a new life thanks to him". She also revealed a text message sent from Moon to her, with words full of care.

Moon answered the question, "Who is Oh Hyun-kyung?" with, "She is a good actress who knows how to take care of herself".

Oh Hyun-kyung said, "He doesn't even speak that way. It's a grateful thing knowing that someone there is someone who really knows you and is there for you".

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