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"The Perfect Wife" Ko So-young, 20 Years Ago and Now

2017/02/28 | 1428 views | Permalink

Ko So-young have returned to the acting field after 10 years of absence!

 

Born in 1972, she is 47 as of this year. In the drama "The Perfect Wife" she is even acting as a college girl but there's no off feeling about it. Why is that? It's because she have not aged in her appearance since when she was actually a college student age 25 years ago.

In 1992, she debuted in a drama "Tomorrow is Love" and I honestly don't see the difference between now and then on her face.

 In the 90's, she was every men's crush.

Once upon a time, the two visual top of Korea have united.

It is told that before her debut, during her student days, numerous men lined up in a car in front of her house and she just chose any car to go to school.  

As soon as she debuted, she instantly became a top star.

Seriously, her face is the same.

Kids now days are probably not aware of her fame in the 90's.

Even in 2017, she is as beautiful as ever.

Her new drama "The Perfect Wife" may not have hit the viewer rating we were anticipating for but we are hoping it will grow!

By. Lily Lee

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