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Shim Yi-young Becomes Joo Sang-wook's Sister-in-law in "Fates and Furies"

2018/09/13 | 353 views | Permalink | Source

Shim Yi-young is starring in an SBS drama called "Fates and Furies".

She takes on the role of Tae Jeong-ho's wife and TH Group's daughter-in-law, Go Ah-jeong. She is Tae In-joon's (Joo Sang-wook) and Tae jeong-min's (Park Soo-ah) sister-in-law.

She returned with the SBS morning drama "Happy Sisters" just four months after giving birth last year. After six months, she then came back with the SBS drama "Thirty But Seventeen".

"Fates and Furies" is a miscalculated love story between four men and women who revolve around Goo Hae-ra (Lee Min-jung), a woman who tries to change her fate, and In-joon (Joo Sang-wook) who falls in love with her. Lee Min-jung, Joo Sang-wook, and So Yi-hyun as well as Park Soo-ah have been confirmed to star in the drama.

"Fates and Furies" is written by Kang Chul-woong, a rookie and is directed by Jeong Dong-yoon.

Source : sports.donga.com/3/al...

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