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Sandara Park to star in KBS short drama "Missing Korea"

2015/09/14 | 1996 views | Permalink | Source

Sandara Park is going to be a Miss North Korea.

She's representing North Korea in the KBS short drama "Missing Korea".

"Missing Korea" is based in the futuristic year 2020 under the belief that the North and South Koreas are looking forward to unification. The first South and North Korean Miss Korea is about to be held that year.

Sandara Park represents North Korea and is working hard on her North Korean dialect. Her dress, tiara, outfits, hair and make-up is in fact being sponsored by the Miss Korea Association.

Kim Jeong-hoon plays her co-star, the head of the organization.

"Missing Korea" will be broadcast in October when family reunion of the North and South takes place. Hopefully the drama means something to the North and South Korean relations.

Meanwhile, Sandara Park is successfully becoming an actress by starring in web-dramas, "Doctor Ian" and "We Broke Up".

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