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Yoon Suk-hwa Joins "Miracle That We Met"

2018/02/07 | 279 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Yoon Suk-hwa is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Miracle That We Met" as Song Hyeon-sil's (Kim Myung-min) mother Hwang Geum-nyeo.

Hwang Geum-nyeo is the source for Song Hyeon-sil's selfishness and sexiness. Her femininity woos many men and currently she's in the middle of controversy and division in the senior welfare center. She's also rich enough to be well off until death and she doesn't spare herself from spending money to look good.

Yoon Suk-hwa is a legend in Korean theater for her exuberant performances on stage. Even now, she's sophisticated and hip, and she's fits perfectly with Hwang Geum-nyeo's profile. Her aura is matchless.

Kim Myung-min appears as her son and Kim Hyun-joo as Seon Hye-jin, her daughter-in-law.

"Miracle That We Met" is a human drama about a head of a family who lives in the shoes of another man with the same name and age and warms up his surroundings in his own way.

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