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"Shine or Go Crazy" Oh Yeon-seo turns innocent

2014/12/18 | 1087 views | Permalink | Source

Stills of Oh Yeon-seo have been released.

Oh Yeon-seo is Princess Shin Yool, the last princess of Bo Hai on the new MBC drama "Shine or Go Crazy".

In the picture, Oh Yeon-seo has her long hair braided down without accessories which is different from the usual Koryeo style. Also, her flawless skin and fair beauty blends well with her elegant pink dress. Oh Yeon-seo is the practical leader of a major organization and plays the active female.

A source from the drama says, "Shin Yool is an attractive character who is charismatic and feminine at the same time. Oh Yeon-seo has a lot to show for it".

"Shine or Go Crazy" will be on air after "Pride and Prejudice" and it's based on an original novel based in the early times of Koryeo. It's about the romance between Princess Shin Yool and Emperor of Koryeo, Wang So.

"Shine or Go Crazy" will be released in January next year.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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