T-ara Ji Yeon copies Miss A Suzy's horrible acting skills
By Jenny Chang | February 06, 2012 06:19 PM EST
Ji Yeon made everyone laugh with her replication of Suzy's bad acting.
On the 6th broadcast of 'Dream High2' horrible idol actress Lyann(Ji Yeon)'s character made the viewers laugh.
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On this day, Lyann talked back to her entertainment company boss Lee Gang Chul saying "which idol actress don't hear that they are bad at acting at first?".
But Lyann also saw her own horrible acting by monitering a drama she was in.
The drama that she monitored was no other than 'Dream High1'. In here Eun Jung and Bae Yong Joon made their appearance. But in place of Suzy from season 1, Ji Yeon came out and showed off her horrible acting skills.
Ji Yeon who was watching her acting trembled in embarrassment when she read comments like "that why we should change the main to Eun Jung", "I've never seen an idol so bad at acting", and etc...
Netizens who saw the broadcast commented "Ji Yeon's better at acting then I thought", "Did Suzy become main because Ji Yeon got cut?", and etc...
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