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Park Ji-yoon comes back as bad girl with Ryu Si-won

2012/03/19 | 1510 views | Permalink | Source

Singer and actress Park Ji-yoon is coming back as a bad girl with fatal appeal.

She has been cast for the role of Oh Hyang-gi, Ryu Si-won's first love on the Channel A drama "Goodbye Dear Wife" which is being broadcasted on the 7th of May.

Park Ji-yoon, who is currently on the tvN TV program "Opera Star", is coming back as an actress for the first time in a year since "Lie to Me" last year.

In the drama, Park Ji-yoon is the first love of Cha Seung-hyeok (Ryu Si-won) and the main reason he tells Kang Seon-ah (Chunja) he wants a divorce.

Berdi Media said, "Oh Hyang-ki is a character who shakes up Cha Seung-hyeok with her cold and warm appeal when needed. She is an actress who has all of these mysterious attractions. It seems like many men including Ryu Si-won himself will be falling for her".

Meanwhile, "Goodbye Dear Wife" is a romantic comedy about the love war between married couples after marriage.

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