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Will Choi Ji-woo and Ra Mi-ran star in the next Baek Mi-kyeong drama?

2017/11/21 | 1216 views | Permalink | Source

Writer Baek Mi-kyeong of "Strong Woman Do Bong-soon" is penning a new drama, "Miracle That We Met". She's responsible for bolstering the stardom of "Woman of Dignity" headliners Kim Hee-seon and Kim Sun-ah. Ra Mi-ran and Choi Ji-woo could be the next to feel the effects of a Baek Mi-kyeong drama.

According to YG, Choi Ji-woo is considering the offer while Ra Mi-ran is firmly on board.

Both two actresses were born in 1975, but they've walked different career paths. Choi Ji-woo has made a career as an innocent and romantic actress while Ra Mi-ran more recently carved a name for herself as a powerhouse actress.

"Miracle That We Met" is about a man who becomes the unexpected breadwinner for two families. Kim Myung-min was offered the leading male role. Expectations are high for Baek Mi-kyeong's follow-up to successful drama "Woman of Dignity".

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