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😊😊😊😊😊😊 #STILLHEALER #CLASSICDRAMAEVER 🐇🐰😍 [Actor Spotlight] Park Min-young by missvictrix This week it is Park Min-young’s turn in the spotlight! Her rom-com Her Private Life just aired its premiere episodes as tvN’s newest Wednesday-Thursday drama. Born in 1986 in Seoul, South Korea, Park Min-young has a knack for creating likeable, relatable heroines. She’s actually portrayed some of my favorites, like Kim Nana in City Hunter, and Chae Young-shin in Healer — they’re spunky, endearing, and easy to root for, which is the kind of performance we’ve come to expect from Park Min-young. Park debuted in 2005, first in commercials; then made her television debut in the popular sitcom High Kick, where so many actors got their start. After an acclaimed performance in the drama I Am Sam, and a breakout performance in Sungkyungkwan Scandal, Park Min-young was well on her way to leading lady status. Here are some drama highlights from Park Min-young, followed by her full filmography. Healer (2014) ____________________________________ Hands down, Healer was my favorite role of Park Min-young’s to date, bad haircut notwithstanding (in fact, it made her character all the more endearing). In Healer, Park Min-young played a journalist reaching for the stars, but found herself stuck digging for celebrity dirt instead — until she got entangled with Healer. Who is Healer? (Ji Chang-wook, as if you didn’t know.) Much like City Hunter, this drama was a near-perfect combination of action and comedy, intrigue and romance, and redemption sprinkled with truth and justice. In other words: infinitely enjoyable. Ji Chang-wook, Yoo Ji-tae, and Kim Mi-kyung were all in top form here as well, creating magical characters that will live forever in dramaland. ________________________________ #Jichangwook #Parkminyoung #지창욱 #박민영 #김미경 #yoojitae #Healer #Changmincouple 😆😆😆😆😆 _____________________________ Link : Thanks @changminers_ph 😘😘

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