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Actress Choo Sang-mi will return to the drama ‘Tracer’ after 13 years.

According to her agency Wells Entertainment on the 7th, actress Choo Sang-mi announced that she will return to the small screen with the wave original Drama “Tracer

Tracer is a refreshing chase about a tough guy who has rolled into five tax countries called the National Tax Service and the garbage dump, which is scarier than a judge and a prosecutor.”

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Chu Sang-mi will play Min So-Jung, deputy director of the National Tax Service’s main office. she is a position-oriented figure within the National Tax Service and has a curious and righteous side. her present will add tension to the drama by showing a charismatic performance unique to Choo Sang-mi, confronting the static head of the Central Regional Tax Office, In Tae-Joon (Son Hyun-Joo).

“I’m greeting you as an actor, not a director, for the first time in a long time since SBS’ Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘City Hall‘ aired in 2009,” the agency said. “As the next film has been decided after much consideration for a long time, I ask for your interest and expectations.”

Meanwhile, Chu Sang-mi, who made her debut in 1994 with the play ‘Lolita,’ is in the movies Connection’ and ‘Everyone has a secret.’ She did not only showed outstanding acting skills as an actor by appearing in various dramas such as “Sunflower,” “Yellow Hand towel,” “The Age of Nobody,” “The Lawyers,” “Love and Ambition,” “Snow falling in August,” “My Woman,” and “City Hall,” but also directed films such as “Dressing Room,” “Women Under Influence,” and “Children Who Go to Poland,” which were recognized as movie directors.

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