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[Spoiler] Ryoo Hyeon-kyeong in "Drama Special - Persistent Happiness"

2013/12/01 | 671 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Ryoo Hyen-kyeong came back in the lead role of "Drama Special - Persistent Happiness".

She takes on the role of an art teacher named Seon-joo who failed to study abroad and has doubts about life.

Seon-joo was timid in front of her friends who were 'well off' and continued her annoying relationship with her boyfriend. She said to herself, "What's life and why is it so tough? What's wrong? Why are we living like this".

Seon-joo, who is depressed, met a senior named Hyeong-seok (Heo Joon-suk) on the streets and Joon-ki (Jung Eun-woo). He is a writer with not much to do at the moment. He confessed that he was in a similar state with Seon-joo.

Joon-ki kissed her the first day which he met her and suggested that they leave to the sea. She agreed to go so they left but the romance disappeared as she realized he had no money at all and started to annoy her.

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