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"She Was Pretty" little Hwang Jung-eum and Park Seo-joon

2015/08/19 | 1937 views | Permalink | Source

The cast for "She Was Pretty" has been set.

The new MBC drama "She Was Pretty" cast Jung Da-bin and Yang Han-yeol as Hwang Jung-eum and Park Seo-joon's younger roles.

Jung Da-bin plays a younger Hwang Jung-eum who plays Hye-jin, a freckled and frizzy haired woman who used to have a better peak season than now. She falls in love with Sung Joon who moves in next door when they are just children.

Jung Da-bin was noticed in an ad for her huge eyes and bright smile. She's been starring regularly in dramas and movies and her innocent aura is putting her in the right path for a kid actress.

She's currently appearing in the daily drama "Protect the Family" as Son Da-hye and starred in the movie "Love Never Fails" as So-won.

Yang Han-yeol plays Sung Joon. He's timid and not so good looking so the only friend he's got is Hye-jin, the popular girl next door.

Yang Han-yeol debuted in the MBC drama "The Greatest Love" as Gong Hyo-jin's nephew 'Ding Dong'.

He then appeared in "Drama Special - My Wife Disappeared", "Goddess of Marriage" and "The Greatest Love".

Bon Factory sources say, "The children cast stand out and Jung Da-bin and Yang Han-yeol are outstanding. They are going to connect the story between Hwang Jung-eum and Park Seo-joon from their younger years until they become grown-ups".

Meanwhile, "She Was Pretty" will be broadcast on the 16th of September.

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