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"Who Are You-School 2015" Cast Share Their Goodbyes With Last Episode

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The cast of "Who Are You-School 2015" shared their thanks and said goodbye to their loving audience after the last episode aired on June 16. Kim So Hyun, who perfectly carried out her two roles, Go Eun Byul and Lee Eun Bi, expressed her gratitude towards the audience, saying, "I took on a big role at a young age and there were many parts that I lacked in and could've done better, but thank you for loving and supporting me all this time." She seemed especially sad to let go of her character and leave all the staff members. Nam Joo Hyuk, who played Han Lee Ahn, said, "I can't believe it's over already, it's very saddening. Thank you for loving me and I will work hard to grow as a better person. 'Who Are You-School 2015' was a project that let me branch out to other dreams." Yook Sungjae, who played Gong Tae Kwang, shared, "My character Gong Tae Kwang received a lot of love and I was very attached to the drama; it's really sad to hear that it's over. I'm most reluctant to leave the actors I've grown close to." Kim Hee Jung, who played the bold and loyal Cha Song Joo, said, "I learned many things living the life of an 18-year-old again, one of which is that age does not matter in terms of youth. I am very grateful to have played the role of Cha Song Joo." Lee Cho Hee, who played the lovely Lee Si Jin, also said, "I already miss my classmates and the staff. I hope many people were able to sympathize and were healed by Lee Cho Hee." Rookie actress Cho Soo Hyang, who played Kang So Young, expressed, "I had a lot of flaws since this was my first drama, and I want to thank the director, writer, and all the actors for guiding me through it well. I will treasure all the positive messages that the audience sent me despite So Young's many wrongdoings." "Who Are You-School 2015" has been gaining more and more popularity as the drama unfolded and it was another successful addition to the popular "School" series. Source (1)(2)

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