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CN Blue pretty boy, Lee Jung-shin

2013/06/11 | 923 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Jung-shin transformed into a Kokuryo manly warrior.

On the new KBS 2TV drama "Sword and Flower", Lee Jung-shin takes on the role of a secret warrior named Si-woo.

In the picture revealed, Lee Jung-shin has hair down and his clothes look plain. The pretty boy from CN Blue is nowhere to be seen but only the rebellious looking Lee Jung-shin. His tall height and strong eyes make him look the character he needs to be.

Si-woo is an orphan who wandered the streets before joining a secret group under So Sa-bun (Kim Sang-ho). He doesn't criticize his situation but says anything and everything he wants to say when he wants to. He is also outstanding in martial arts.

He is also in love with King Yeong-ryu's daughter Moo-yeong (Kim Ok-bin).

Meanwhile, "Sword and Flower" is a mellow drama about two people who fall in love although in ill fates. The tragedy occurs when King Yeng-ryu's (Choi Min-soo) daughter Moo-yeong falls in love with his enemy's son Yeon-choong (Uhm Tae-woong). To be aired on the 3rd of July at 10PM.

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