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Park Se-young, good reviews as Princess Noguk

2012/09/05 | 1629 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Se-young has been getting good reviews lately.

She takes on the role of Princess Noguk in the SBS drama "Faith".

Initially this drama was called Lee Min-ho and Kim Hee-sun's drama for the gravity on the two leading actor and actress. At the same time, there was concern for Park Se-young on how a rookie like her would pull off the role of Princess Noguk who was a character of great importance in history.

However, all this concern went to waste. Park Se-young was full of love thanks to King Kong Min (Ryu Deok-hwan) but she maintained a cold face the whole time until she revealed the compassion and affection for the king.

Not only that, Park Se-young put on the act of Princess Noguk, daughter of Emperor Bing, a strong minded princess who surrenders herself to be the hostage of the greatest authority Ki-cheol (Yoo Oh-sung).

Meanwhile, Park Se-young was seen in 'The Equator Man", "Love Rain" and others and "Faith" is her first historical.

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