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Han Groo starts acting in "Just Like Today"

2011/10/26 | Permalink | Source

Kim Kap-soo, Park Si-eun, Lee Jae-yoon, Han Groo and Yang Jin-sung's new MBC drama "Just Like Today" has started shooting. Pictures from the set on October 22nd, during nasty weather, were posted online.

"Just Like Today" is a drama about love and reconciliation between friends and family. Lee Jae-yoon, Han Groo, Yang Jin-sung and other younger actors appeared at the first shoot. Despite the postponed time due to the unexpected rain and the bad weather, the actors and actresses were always bright and happy, practicing their lines and staying on set.

For former singer Han Groo, this is her first public TV drama and she said, "I was quite nervous but maybe it's because I'm the youngest here, everyone's nice about my mistakes and they take care of me. I am working hard not to become an obstacle in the drama so I need your support!"

"Just Like Today" is coming after "Indomitable Daughters-In-Law" on the 21st of November at 8:15PM.

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