Han Ga In Is In Talks For A New Weekend Drama

By Joan MacDonald | July 30, 2013 03:09 PM EDT

Han Ga In
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It has been almost two years since actress Han Ga In starred in "The Moon Embracing The Sun" and now she is considering a new role in an SBS weekend drama with the working title, "Married Three Times."

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The 50-episode drama will follow the lives of a mother and her two daughters. Han Ga In is considering the role of the younger daughter.

A representative from BH Entertainment, her management agency, confirmed her interest in the role, saying that there is a strong probability that she will take the role.

"They have had some definite talks in that direction," said the representative. "And it is likely that she will appear in it. She hasn't signed any contracts yet. They are going to have some more talks."

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