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Rookie Seo Eun-woo to Join OCN's "Possessed"

2019/01/09 | 218 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Eun-woo is joining the new OCN original "Possessed".

"Possessed" follows a detective with extraordinary intuition and a psychic who wants to lead a normal life who chase an evil spirit committing crimes while possessing humans. Seo Eun-woo plays the role of Kim Ji-hang, the daughter of a detective who arrested a serial killer 20 years ago.

Seo Eun-woo brings out the dark charm as she plays Kim Ji-hang who has always both resented and longed for her father since she was young.

Seo Eun-woo debuted in 2016 through Radi's music video "I Want To" and went on to appear in "Age of Youth", "A Korean Odyssey", "Handsome Guy and Jung-eum", "Jugglers", "Twelve Nights" and more. In the most recent drama "Twelve Nights", she played Moon Hye-ran, a career woman who is honest about her love and loyal to her past lover.

Meanwhile, "Possessed" premieres on the 13th of February.

Source : /news.nate.com/view/2...

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