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[HanCinema's News] Main Poster Released for "Chocolate"

2019/11/08 | 905 views | Permalink

The main poster for the upcoming drama "Chocolate" has been released. The drama stars Ha Ji-won and Yoon Kye-sang as a chef and a doctor who meet each other at a hospice.

The drama has been highly anticipated, because it reunites director Lee Hyeong-min and screenwriter Lee Kyeong-hee of the famed 2004 drama "Sorry, I Love You".

The poster appears to take place a split second before the two lead characters kiss. Compared to the teaser poster the mood is brighter, as the scene takes place in the daytime. However, the distinctive stonework suggests that this is nonetheless a similar isolated location. "Chocolate" will premiere on South Korean television on November 29th.

Written by William Schwartz


"Chocolate" is directed by Lee Hyeong-min, written by Lee Kyeong-hee, and features Yoon Kye-sang, Ha Ji-won, Jang Seung-jo, Kang Boo-ja, Lee Jae-ryong, Kim Sun-kyung. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/11/29~Upcoming, Fri, Sat 22:50 on jTBC.

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