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Lee Bo Young and Kim Seo Hyung Join Forces to Pull Off Strong Female Characters

Credit: tvN

Actresses Lee Bo Young and Kim Seo Hyung will play strong and ambitious women on the small screen in weekend TV series. Airing its first episode on the 8th, tvN’s Saturday-Sunday series Mine has successfully attracted viewers’ attention with its outstanding presence.

Mine deals with a mysterious murder case in the nation’s top conglomerate owner family. 

Lee Bo Young and Kim Seo Hyung will each be the second and first daughters-in-laws of the chairman Chung Dong Hwan. They will be playing an upper-class woman who joins the power game of the family.

Stirring up the tension, the story progressed steadily and earned 6.6% of viewer ratings from its first episode (Nielsen Korea).

And following SBS’ Penthouse series and KBS 2TV’s Okay Kwang Sisters, the two will play the strong female characters and cover various subjects such as passion and revenge.

 

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