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"Bubble Gum" Lee Dong-wook, the weight of the drama

2015/12/14 | 721 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Dong-wook is in the middle of the drama "Bubble Gum".

With the final episode coming up soon, Lee Dong-wook plays a oriental doctor named Park Ri-hwan who is handsome and skilled.

He grew up with Kim Heng-ah (Jung Ryeo-won) and is always quarreling with her but he is always by her side until he realizes that he's in love with her.

Jung Ryeo-won and Lee Dong-wook started seeing each other but they had to break up when his mother Park Sun-young (Bae Jong-ok) was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

Lee Dong-wook has been the weight of the drama with his sweet romance and sentimental act. His spectrum expanded along with his reputation.

Lee Dong-wook also creates the best synergy with writer Lee Mi-na-I and producer Kim Byeong-soo. The beginning of the drama was made up with Lee Dong-wook's narration and increased concentration on the drama.

"Bubble Gum" is a romantic story of a man and a woman who grew up together.

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