A beautiful YG actress turns out to play the special role in “Miracle in Cell No.7”

The little girl from “Miracle in Cell No.7” who made viewers cry buckets of tears is all grown up.

In the 2013 movie “Miracle in Cell No.7”, Kal So Won attracted 12 million viewers and received much love as the nation’s younger sister ‘Lee Ye-seung’. 

9 years after her first lead role in “Miracle in Cell No.7”, Kal So Won is now an actress under YG Entertainment. Since then, she has been steadily expanding her activities by appearing in movies and dramas, and it is known that she has been cast as a major role in an anticipated work being aired on JTBC, and is attracting attention. 

According to YG Entertainment, her agency, she has been confirmed to appear in JTBC’s new Saturday-Sunday drama “Cleaning Up” as Jin Yuna, the eldest daughter of Eo Yong-mi (Yum Jung-ah). 

Cleaning Up” is known as the follow-up drama of “My Liberation Notes” that will be aired in April as a work depicting the unpredictable fate of the sisters of a company. brokerage firms jumped into the stock market war with insider trading information they overheard.

Jin Yeon-ah, played by Kal So-Won, looks like a sensitive and rebellious adolescent on the outside, but on the inside, she is known as a deep-seated character who knows how to put her mother Yong-mi above anyone else. In the drama, she is the vocalist of the middle school band, so she will show her charming side.

Previously, Kal So-Won took on the role of Sam-Shin in the tVing’s original series “I’m Writing Your Destiny” last year, and captivated the viewers’ hearts by showing various charms ranging from a mysterious and cute and lively figure to a thorough figure. In addition, through the congratulatory stages of the entertainment programs ‘King of Mask Singer’ and ‘Seoul Drama Awards 2020′, she became a topic of discussion by showing off perfect visuals and excellent singing skills.

In addition to “Cleaning Up”, Kal So-won will also appear in the MBC Friday-Saturday drama “Tomorrow“, which will be broadcast for the first time on April 1. 

Now, at the age of 17, So Won looks more like a high school student in real-life compared to her onscreen visuals. She also frequently shares moments of her daily life on Instagram, mostly photos of her wearing a uniform. 

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