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"Hotel Del Luna" IU and Yeo Jin-goo Talk About Their Rapport

2019/07/29 | 634 views | Permalink | Source

IU and Yeo Jin-goo have great chemistry even in pictures.

The tvN drama "Hotel Del Luna" couple had their pictures taken for the August issue of Marie Claire.

The two of them star in the drama "Hotel Del Luna" and this was their first pictorial together, but they worked so well as a duo.

In the following interview, IU and Yeo Jin-goo said they worried before meeting each other, because they are both people shy. Now they are so close they don't even need to worry about it.

They also talked about their characters Goo Chan-seong (Yeo Jin-goo) and Jang Man-wol (IU).

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"Hotel Del Luna" is directed by Oh Choong-hwan, written by Hong Jeong-eun, Hong Mi-ran, and features IU, Yeo Jin-goo, Shin Jung-geun, Bae Hae-sun, P.O, Kang Mina. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/07/13~Now airing, Sat, Sun 21:00 on tvN.

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