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[Spoiler] "The Guest - Drama" Actress Jung Eun-chae Criticized for Awkwardness

2018/09/12 | 724 views | Permalink | Source

The first episode of the OCN drama "The Guest - Drama" began on the 12th.

Hwa-pyeong has had 'the sight' since he was young. It lef to the death of his mother and grandmother and he was almost killed by his father, but he managed to run away. In the process of running away, Gil-yeong's (Jung Eun-chae) mother helped him, but she also died.

Hwa-pyeong grew up to be a taxi driver and Gil-yeong grew up to be a detective who continued to look into her mother's death. They met again when Hwa-pyeong was the first person to come across a dead body in the sewers.

However, viewers say Jung Eun-chae seems awkward investigating Hwa-pyeong.

Netizens say, "Jung Eun-chae can't be a detective"; "The story is good but not the actress"; "Jung Eun-chae seems so awkward but the story is great"; "She did it in "Return"" and more.

Source : www.asiae.co.kr/uhtml...

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