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"She Was Pretty" Ahn Se-ha back with independent movie

2015/11/17 | 440 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ahn Se-ha chose his own happiness.

He starred in the MBC drama "She Was Pretty" as the son of a chairman in the end, presenting a twist in the storyline. He was an unexpected character.

However, he chose to appear in more films than TV. He decided to end the year with four independent movies. He's been talking about it before he starred in "She Was Pretty".

Ahn Se-ha appeared in "She Was Pretty" and SBS "Yong Pal". He is also looking forward to making TV show appearances and he's been getting more offers from movies and dramas. However, he's chosen to stick to loyalty.

Ahn Se-ah's management said, "Just because he's gained some reputation doesn't mean he can choose between commercial movies and independent movies. He's returning the favor to those who have always been by his side throughout his career".

Source : news.donga.com/3/all/...

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