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"Suspicious Housekeeper" Choi Ji-woo, "I won't forget!"

2013/11/26 | 1531 views | Permalink | Source

"It was the one character I will never be able to forget within my 20 years of acting"

Choi Ji-woo said this after the final episode of the SBS drama "Suspicious Housekeeper" on the 26th. The final scene of the drama was taken in Seoul and Choi Ji-woo teared up as she said, "This character will remain in my heart for a long time".

Choi Ji-woo shook hands and hugged everyone on site when the final cue sign was given. She also expressed her gratitude to Wang Ji-hye, Shim Yi-young, Song Jong-ho and the four siblings (Kim So-hyun, Chae Sang-woo, Nam Da-reum and Kang Ji-woo).

"It was a new challenge for me as an actress and I don't regret it as I did my best. It was a meaningful drama to me".

Choi Ji-woo was possessed into the character of Park Bok-nyeo in the drama "Suspicious Housekeeper", in which she changed herself slowly from a tragic woman to a motherly one.

Meanwhile, the final episode of "Suspicious Housekeeper" rated 10.3%.

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