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Ha Ji Won and Her Future Mother-In-Law Warms Up on ‘The King 2Hearts’

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2012.05.09 14:12 Mwave Stewart Ho

Things are warming up between the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law in The King 2Hearts.

Newly released preview still cuts show a warm and tender scene between Ha Ji Won and Yoon Yeo Jung’s characters in MBC’s The King 2Hearts.

In the pictures, the queen mother, played by Yoon Yeo Jung, and Jae Ha’s future wife and queen Hang Ah, played by Ha Ji Won, are seen chatting and laughing together while looking at photos. Despite a turbulent relationship that has been shown throughout the drama’s storyline between Ha Ji Won and Lee Seung Gi, the two appear like mother and daughter in the preview.

Ha Ji Won and Her Future Mother-In-Law Warms Up on ‘The King 2Hearts’

The close bond between the two actresses was revealed to be genuinely apparent during the scene’s filming, which was done on May 5 in a hotel in Incheon.

In a previous interview, the veteran actress Yoon Yeo Jung had praised Ha Ji Won saying, “Ha Ji Won is an extremely diligent and hard-working in her acting and it’s always a pleasure to see such a well-mannered and upright individual.”

A source close to the drama production said, “Ha Ji Won and veteran actress Yoon Yeo Jung demonstrate a compatibility that is to the point one could mistake them as mother and daughter. The sight of [Ha Ji Won] being so respectful and well-mannered to her senior, and [Yoon Yeo Jung] going to lengths to care for her juniors is an example to us on the set. As the two characters come out of danger, please be in anticipation of the strengthening bond between the two.”

The scenes will unfold during the upcoming 16th episode on May 10.

Photo credit: Kim Jong Hak Production

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