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Jang Hyuk, Kim Woo-bin and Kim Yoo-jung in "Love Cells"

2014/09/16 | 2740 views | Permalink | Source

The web-toon "Love Cells" is being remade into a web-drama.

"Love Cells" announced that Kim Woo-bin, Kim Yoo-jung, Park Sun-ho, Baek Sung-hyun, Son Ji-hyun and others will be starring in the drama.

Fantasy romantic comedy "Love Cells" deals with the love story of an unemployed man Ma Dae-choong and top star Seo Rin.

Jang Hyuk will play the quiet neighborhood guy who lives next to Ma Dae-choong and Kim Woo-bin appears as the 'king of romance'.

Kim Yoo-jung is Nebi, Ma Dae-choong's romance mentor.

Park Sun-ho takes on the role of Ma Dae-choong who has never been in an actually relationship and has been jobless for 9 years. Son Ji-hyun plays the top star Seo Rin.

Baek Sung-hyun is Cheon Ji-woon, a multi talented and good looking idol. He expresses his passionate love for Seo Rin.

Meanwhile, "Love Cells" will be revealed on Naver TV Cast on the 13th of October.

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