Shin Min-a (right) is out of her depth when her character opens a dentist clinic in a seaside village in Netflix’s Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha – and sparks fly as she and Kim Seon-ho clash. Photo: Netflix
Shin Min-a (right) is out of her depth when her character opens a dentist clinic in a seaside village in Netflix’s Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha – and sparks fly as she and Kim Seon-ho clash. Photo: Netflix
Stephen McCarty
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In Netflix K-drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, Shin Min-a plays a fish out of water in a seaside village – will she find common ground with the locals?

  • Shin Min-a stars as a dentist displaced from Seoul to a seaside village where she finds herself at odds with Kim Seon-ho’s character – and sparks fly
  • A different shore is the destination in mystery thriller The North Water, in which the characters on board the whaling ship Volunteer all harbour dark secrets

Shin Min-a (right) is out of her depth when her character opens a dentist clinic in a seaside village in Netflix’s Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha – and sparks fly as she and Kim Seon-ho clash. Photo: Netflix
Shin Min-a (right) is out of her depth when her character opens a dentist clinic in a seaside village in Netflix’s Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha – and sparks fly as she and Kim Seon-ho clash. Photo: Netflix
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