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"Can You Hear My Heart" Kim Sae-ron and Chani kids act, favorable comments

2011/04/04 | 11045 views | Permalink | Source

MBC weekend drama "Can You Hear my Heart" kid actors Kim Sae-ron and Chani mesmerized viewers.

First being broadcast on the 2nd, "Can You Hear my Heart" is about a girl who lives with her 7 year old minded father acting dumb herself and about a man who is deaf but pretends he can hear everything.

Kim Sae-ron, who made Won Bin a 'fool for daughter' through the movie "The Man From Nowhere", took off the dark image and returned as a bright and happy Bong Woo-ri.

Partner role Cha Dong-joo's act Chani is also drawing attention to his acting, making it hard to believe this is his debut drama.

Chani made a strong impression on the viewers and making them look forward to another birth of a talented kid actor.

Meanwhile, Kim Sae-ron and Chani's couple act will continue until the 4th episode of the drama on the 10th.

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