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[Photos] Chae Jung-an, techno warrior to Cold city woman

2017/05/01 Source

What did Chae Jung-an look like in the past?

Chae Jung-an came in first in the 1995 Johnson's Contest.

She then starred in various dramas and even released an album in 1999. She balanced singing and acting together and released two more albums in the years 2000 and 2001. She was a techno warrior.

She renewed her image by starring in the drama "Coffee Prince" and officially started her acting career.

She expanded her qualifications through various characters and recently, she came back with the role of Song Mi-eun, wife of a third generation chaebol in the jTBC drama, "Man to Man".

We took a look back at Chae Jung-an in a time machine.

Her beauty makes up for the holey knitted sweater and red pants

The techno warrior in see-through

Trendy in plastic

Chae Jung-an loves red

Her stage outfit isn't out of date at all

Looking like a goddess in evening gowns

In an ivory suit

She likes daring looks

At the premiere of "Man to Man" in a classy-looking oufit

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