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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter" Shows Off Adorable Mother-Daughter Duo

2018/11/01 | 407 views | Permalink

"Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter" continues to make yours truly a happy woman, and it's a lovely mother and daughter bond that pulls at my heartstrings this time around. The drama has released stills of its titular fairy and her lovely child.

Jeom-soon (Kang Mina) is the daughter of the fairy and the woodcutter. After several reincarnations, she now switches between the appearance of a cat, a tiger and a human. The stills show her with both forms of her mother, played by Moon Chae-won and Go Doo-shim.

I like both images, but I love the pajama one just a little bit more. The two women have such lovely expressions, and I'm a sucker for great women's bonds in stories. These two have lived for a very long time, and they've no doubt been through a lot together. I can't wait to discover their tale. "Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter" premiers on Monday, on tVN.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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