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Kim Jung Eun Transforms Into a Geisha for KBS’ Ohlala Couple’

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2012.09.24 17:39 CJ E&M enewsWorld Stewart Ho

Kim Jung Eun has transformed into a beautiful geisha.

In the early half of the upcoming KBS drama, Ohlala Couple it will be revealed that Yeo Ok (Kim Jung Eun) was, in her past life, a beautiful geisha who secretly aids the Korean independence army in their fight for independence from Japanese colonial rule.

For the single scene, Kim Jung Eun received special four-hour lessons everyday for the past few weeks on how to be a geisha.

From the looks of the preview images, she seems to have more than succeeded in her transformation with her beauty and poise.


Kim Jung Eun Transforms Into a Geisha for KBS’ Ohlala Couple’

A production staff member shared, “At first it was only supposed to be a one-day lesson. But after the first day’s lesson, Kim Jung Eun asked us if she could receive more training. Though it was only one scene, as it was an important scene that showed the binding ties she had with Soo Nam (Shin Hyun Joon) from their previous lives, she [wanted it to be perfect].”

Kim Jung Eun Transforms Into a Geisha for KBS’ Ohlala Couple’

The staff member added, “On the day of the shoot, Kim Jung Eun proved the lessons were not in vain. She was truly beautiful to the point we were all amazed. Even Shin Hyun Joon who playfully bickers with her on set couldn’t take his eyes off of her.”

Kim Jung Eun Transforms Into a Geisha for KBS’ Ohlala Couple’

The family comedy drama, revolving around a long-married husband and wife who finds their souls swapped one day will premiere on KBS on October 1.

Photo Credit: KBS

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