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Oh Ji-eun comes back as 'Cheongdamdong mom' with Kim Hye-ja

2011/10/13 | 1331 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Oh Ji-eun is coming back with the jTBC sitcom "I Live in Cheongdam-dong".

Certified viewer percentage ticket Oh Ji-eun from the drama "Three Brothers" comes back as Ji-eun, a big bluff and under-thinker.

She is very happy when her mother (Kim Hye-ja) says they are moving to Cheongdamdong after having lived only around the suburbs for more than 60 years. Dreaming of a luxurious life, she steps into Cheongdamdong city life, but the house she has to live in is a run-down two story building.

Located randomly in between shiny buildings, the first floor is a comic book store and the second floor is a home-stay. She has to run into the customers of the comic book store and the home-stayers everyday.

Meanwhile, "I Live in Cheongdam-dong" is about finding happiness whereever we are, through Kim Hye-ja and her daughter Ji-eun, who live in the most run-down place in luxurious Cheongdamdong. It is directed by Kim Seok-yoon.

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