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Double Dose of Yoo In Na and Ji Hyun Woo in ′Queen In Hyun′s Man′ Premiere

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2012.04.18 14:38 Mwave Lee, InKyung Translation Credit : Ju Ahn Lee

Yoo In Na put on a pair of bold, pink fishnet stockings and revealed her shapely legs in the April 18 premiere episode of tvN’s new drama Queen In Hyun′s Man. Starring as the female lead in the drama, Yoo In Na plans to show the sadness of an unknown actress.

In Queen In Hyun′s Man, Yoo In Na will play the role of obscure actress Choi Hee Jin. In order try out for a role in the drama ‘New Jang Hee Bin’, Yoo In Na’s character quickly left the photo shoot and found herself at the audition. Earlier at the photo shoot, viewers saw Yoo In Na make a resolution to end the more than seven years of obscurity as an anonymous actress.

Double Dose of Yoo In Na and Ji Hyun Woo in ′Queen In Hyun′s Man′ Premiere

In addition, Yoo In Na’s thin legs were naturally exposed during the scene. Yoo In Na said, “I was naturally able to relate to my drama character because I have also dealt with dozens of auditions in my life and experienced failure [as an actress].” Furthermore, Yoo In Na realistically portrayed her humiliation at the hands of ‘New Jang Hee Bin’ lead and top star Park Young Rin, who slapped her around with a bouquet of flowers.

Double Dose of Yoo In Na and Ji Hyun Woo in ′Queen In Hyun′s Man′ Premiere

Queen In Hyun′s Man is a fantasy action melodrama that stretches across a 300-year time slip and brings the handsome Joseon scholar Kim Boong Do (Ji Hyun Woo) to the year 2012, where he falls in love with the actress Choi Hee Jin (Yoo In Na). The drama is expected to capture the viewers’ attention with its first two episodes, which will air consecutively on April 18.

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