Yoon Eun Hye Considering Comeback Drama For The First Time in Five Years


Good news could be on the way for fans who have been anxiously waiting for Yoon Eun Hye’s comeback.

On December 13, an industry insider revealed that Yoon Eun Hye is currently considering an offer to starr as the lead in humanoid robot drama called “Love Like a Person.”

Following the news, Yoon Eun Hye’s agency released a statement saying,

“We’ve received the offer, but we’re still discussing, nothing has been confirmed yet.”

“Love Like a Person” tells the story of woman who is 100% emotional who falls in love with a humanoid robot. Yoon Eun Hye is considering the role of Gong Jun Hee, a high school physical education teacher, she is an emotional person but also has black belt in taekwondo.

She meets a man whom she believed had been her soulmate, for the second time two years later, but he has no memories of dating her.

Yoon Eun Hye last made a drama comeback back in 2013 with “Marry Him If You Dare,” after that she promoted in China for two years and appeared on a fashion contest show, she was involved in plagiarism controversy, she made her first public variety show appearance in 12 years on tvN’s “Dear My Human” only recently.

Her agency has also recently released another apology addressing the previous issues, however, the public’s perception of her remains cold, it’ll be interesting to see if Yoon Eun Hye is able to change the public’s eyes perception of her through her upcoming drama.

“Love Like a Person” will be directed by the director of “Saimdang’s Light’s Diary,” and is set to air in second half of 2018.

Do you want to see Yoon Eun Hye return to the small screen?

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  1. Looking forward to her new work.. I always thankful for her acting skill.. those years when debak drama (inform of writing and plot twisting) is rare, she gave us one from her stellar acts.


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