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Writer Kim Su-hyun's worries are over

2011/08/04 | 847 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Su-hyun returns to home screens with a mellow drama in four years and says she thought "My worries are over" after the second reading.

She uploaded on her Twitter on the 1st saying, "I returned home thinking there's no way it's going to fail after six hours of reading the script until the fifth episode. The middle aged actors were good and the younger ones did quite better than the first reading".

She continued, "There is plenty of time and the director is delicate so I am going to put down my worries and continue writing my script".

On the 31st, Kim had posted, "I thought 'I am failed' after the first reading. I feel this way although I know the actors need time to understand the characters that are only in my head and to make them come to reality". Therefore, the fact that she said she is relieved is a welcoming truth.

Meanwhile, Kim wrote a mellow drama called "A Thousand Days' Promise" and producer Jeong Eul-yeong has the production. Soo Ae and Kim Rae-won has cast too. It is to be broadcasted after "Warrior Baek Dong-soo" in September.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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