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"Imaginary Cat" Yoo Seung-ho and Cho Hye-jung's first script reading

2015/11/02 | Permalink | Source

Cho Hye-jung and Yoo Seung-ho got together for the script reading of "Imaginary Cat".

Pictures were released on the 3rd.

The script reading was held at the MBC Dream Center with Yoo Seung-ho, Cho Hye-jung, Park Chul-min, Solar, Choi Tae-hwan, Kim Hyun-joon and others.

Producer Lee Hyeon-hoo-I started with a speech saying, "I am happy to work with all of you. Let's make a great drama".

Everyone of the actors and actresses were engrossed in their characters. They showed amazing concentration and expression despite the fact that this was their first time reading together.

Cho Hye-jung used her own cuteness and appeal to become the bright and cheerful character of Oh Na-woo.

Meanwhile, "Imaginary Cat" is a healing story of Jong-hyeon (Yoo Seung-ho) and Oh Na-woo living together and treating each others' pains. The first episode starts on the 24th of November.

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