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Shim Yi-young comes back with "A Hundred Year's Inheritance"

2013/06/13 | 1036 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Shim Yi-young is coming back to the MBC drama "A Hundred Year's Inheritance".

Various concerned in broadcasting revealed that Shim Yi-young will be back in the drama starting on the 14th.

Shim Yi-young starred in the drama as Kim Cheol-gyu (Choi Won-young) wife Ma Hong-joo and added fun to the drama. However, she left to Paris on the thirty-eighth episode at the end of a long conflict with chairwoman Bang (Park Won-sook).

Shim Yi-young's return was already planned and she hinted this fact during an interview one day.

Shim Yi-young will be in the drama until the end. She could meet a happy ending and put an end to her loneliness. Netizens welcome this news of her come back.

Meanwhile, Shim Yi-young is in the middle of filming the movie "Precious Love" and has been set to star in the SBS drama "Goddess of Marriage".

Source : etv.sbs.co.kr/news/ne...

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