Park Ha Sun and Lee Chae Mi, Birthday Party with Mom and Daughter of "Two Weeks"
By Staff Writer | October 24, 2013 02:46 AM EDT
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On October 20th, Park Ha Sun uploaded a photo onto her Me2day with the words, "'Mom! What do you want for your birthday?' 'I only need you. Thank you, Chae Mi'" and revealed the conversation that went back and forth between her and Lee Chae Mi.
She also wrote, "The daughter I missed... Soo Jin!"
MBC's drama "Two Weeks" was recently concluded, in which Park Ha Sun played the role of Seo In Hae, the lead male actor Jang Tae Sun's (played by Lee Joon Ki) former lover. In the drama, Lee Chae Mi played their daughter Seo Soo Jin, and that's how their relationship came to be about.
In the published photo, Park Ha Sun and Lee Chae Mi are both smiling brightly at the camera and making "V"s with their fingers. It was so nice to see the two still in a great relationship despite the drama having come to an end. We hope that their off-camera relationship lasts a long, long time.
Photo credit: Park Ha Sun's Me2day
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