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"Bride of the Water God 2017" Nam Joo-hyuk

2017/07/17 Source

Nam Joo-hyuk is starring in the tvN drama 'Bride of the Water God 2017" as water god Ha Baek.

Ha Baek watched a cooking show on TV and decided to cook on the latest episode of the tvN drama.

He came up with a steak in no time and even cut the steak for So-ah (Shin Se-kyung) himself. He wore a white shirt with his sleeves rolled up and looked like a handsome chef.

The only thing he doesn't have is a sense of humor. He handed So-ah a real apple in terms of 'apology' and asked her strange questions like why she sucked on her nose.

Stills of Nam Joo-hyuk came up online.

He is all smiles even when he's looking at his script or rehearsing.

Apparently Nam Joo-hyuk is funny and everyone always laughs at his jokes.

He jokes around on set but when the cameras start rolling, he turns serious.

Nam Joo-hyuk has a knack for lame jokes and he doesn't stop coming up with ad-libs behind the camera.

Meanwhile, Moo-ra (Krystal) and Bi Ryeom (Gong Myung) lost the Holy Stone and will Ha Baek get back his powers?

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