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'Lucky Romance' couple Hwang Jung-eum and Ryu Jun-yeol look hot in black and white pictorial

2016/04/19 | 1771 views | Permalink | Source

Hwang Jung-eum and Ryu Jun-yeol, who joined for the upcoming drama, "Lucky Romance" have unveiled a black and white pictorial with the modern feel.

C-Jes Entertainment on April 19 has revealed the solo cuts from the fashion Magazine Marie Claire May issue. Hwang Jung-eum, who changed her hair to the pixie cut, looks hot with the mysterious looking eyes and her mouth open slightly. Ryu Jun-yeol with the dreamy gaze in the air with the hand gesture looks sexy as well. The dreamy looks by the two actors present the superb chemistry that has not been seen often so far.

"Lucky Romance" is based on a web-toon about a woman named Sim Bonnie (Hwang Jung-eum) who believes in fortune telling and a man named Je Soo-ho (Ryu Jun-yeol) who lives in a world of science and formula. "Lucky Romance" premiers on May 25th after "Goodbye Mr. Black" has finished.

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