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Yoon Son-ha to make small screen combeback in "The Fugitive Plan B"

2010/07/07 | Permalink | Source

Korean actress Yoon Son-ha ["The Fugitive Plan B"]

Korean actress Yoon Son-ha will be making a comeback to the small screen through upcoming TV series "The Fugitive Plan B", her first acting work in Korea in three years.

According to a press release by the show's producer on Wednesday, the actress has been cast for the role of Hwang Mi-jin, who is given orders to kill character Jin-yi, to be played by Lee Na-young.

"I am glad to make a comeback in a high-quality drama with the best director and writer", the actress was quoted as saying. "Please look forward to it because I am going to get rid of the pure, innocent image and transform into a femme fatale".

The series will be directed by noted television producer Kwak Jeong-hwan and written by Cheon Seong-il, the creative duo behind the recent hit TV series "The Slave Hunters" earlier this year.

Yoon will be joining the show's high-profile cast which so far includes multi-talented entertainer Rain, Daniel Henney, Lee Jung-jin, Gong Hyung-jin plus Japanese actors Takenaka Naoto and Uehara Takako of J-pop idol group Speed.

Filming for "The Fugitive Plan B", about a hefty sum of money popping up sixty years after it disappeared in times of the Korean War, will take place in various Asian cities including Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama, Shanghai, Beijing, Macau and Hong Kong.

The 34-year-old actress made her debut in 1994 thru KBS TV series "Love Greeting" and has starred in several dramas including "Did We Really Love" (MBC, 1999) and "Snowflakes" (KBS, 2001).

She has been leading an active career in Japan since appearing in NHK TV's "Mouichido Kisu" in 2000, starring alongside Kyoki Fukada in "Fighting Girl" (Fuji, 2001) and Kimura Takyua in "Good Luck!!" (TBS, 2003)

Known as Yun Sona in Japan, she will be releasing an essay book titled "Tokyo Sonagi", which is about her ten-year life in Tokyo and introduces some of her favorite places and stores in the city.

Reporter : Lynn Kim lynn2878@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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