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Seo Yi-sook to make special appearance in "The Daughter of the Emperor"

2013/09/09 | 617 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Seo Yi-sook is starring in the drama "The Daughter of the Emperor".

Seo Yi-sook will add some fun to the sixth episode of the drama even if it's just for a while.

Seo Yi-sook takes on the role of Yong-gu. She helps the reunion of Seol-nan (Seo Hyun-jin) and Seol-hee (Seo Woo).

Seo Yi-sook is a former theatrical actress and has been active everywhere. She's blown life into a new character and her performance is expected to shine.

Seo Yi-sook starred in the KBS 2TV sitcom "Il Mal's Youth" and JTBC drama "Cruel Palace - War of Flowers". Her unique character in "Il Mal's Youth" left a strong impression on the public and is also expected to star in a movie this year.

Meanwhile, "The Daughter of the Emperor" is the life story of Soo Baek-hyang and her family during the Baekjae times.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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