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[Spoiler] "The King of Dramas" Kim Myung-min's ex-lover Oh Ji-eun

2012/11/26 | 544 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Oh Ji-eun appeared in the SBS drama "The King of Dramas" as Kim Myung-min's ex-lover.

On the seventh episode, Anthony Kim's (Kim Myung-min) ex-lover and actress Seong Min-ah (Oh Ji-eun) became a likely candidate for the lead role in the drama "Solid Morning".

While various actresses had complaints about the schedule and the opposing actor Kang Hyeong-min (Choi Si-won), Anthony Kim went to see his past lover Seong Min-ah. Although she was part of the agency owned by Oh Jin-wan (Jung Man-sik) whom he is in conflict with, Anthony Kim decided he would cast her.

When he handed her the script she said, "I heard you failed and I see you're working with a rookie writer". She then asked if he still loved her and he answered he would if she became the main actress for "Solid Morning".

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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