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"Hope For Love" Choi Daniel's suit attire

2013/08/15 | 813 views | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV drama "Hope for Love" Choi Daniel (Cha Ki-dae) showed his suit attire.

Choi Daniel looks like he's about to jump out of the picture wearing a suit.

His sleeves have been rolled up slightly and makes him look so different from his usual self.

Choi Daniel takes on the role of an elite, rational and realistic character. He stands out in spectrum and ability to read women. He's a great dresser and usually wears suits.

A member of the drama team says, "Choi Daniel" has been molded into his character and is putting in his all. Thankfully, the drama is going to be fun. There may be things about him that has never been seen before".

Meanwhile, "Hope for Love" draws the different views on relationships between men and women in their 20s. Directed by Lee Eun-jin from "Bread, Love and Dreams".

To be aired this September.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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