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Son Sook to Make Special Appearance in "When My Love Blooms"

2020/04/08 Source

Actress Son Sook is making a special appearance in "When My Love Blooms".

"When My Love Blooms" is a melodramatic story about a woman in her 40s coming face to face with her first love.

The cast includes Yoo Ji-tae, Jinyoung, Lee Bo-young and Jeon So-nee who will act out the present and past Han Jae-hyeon and Yoon Ji-soo.

Son Sook is expected to display motherly love by appearing as Jae-hyeon's mother. She will play both mothers in the 1990s and the present.

Son Sook debuted in 1964 with a theater play and is currently the chairwoman of the Seoul Arts Center.

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"When My Love Blooms" is directed by Son Jeong-hyeon, written by Jeon Hee-young, and features Yoo Ji-tae, Lee Bo-young, Jeon So-nee, Jinyoung, Han Jee-won, Ko Woo-rim. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/04/18~Upcoming, Sat, Sun 21:00 on tvN.

Source : www.moneyweek.co.kr/n...

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