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Jang Hyuk's ancestors all in one place

2014/06/30 | 1194 views | Permalink | Source

The new MBC drama "Fated to Love You" released a picture titled 'Jang Hyuk's 8 generations'.

Jang Hyuk takes on the role of a 9th generation only son Lee Gun in the drama. He is a wealthy family son in his early 30's, who unexpectedly spends a night with Kim Mi-yeong (Jang Na-ra) from his company and impregnates her.

The picture released on the July 1st displays all of his ancestors from the 1st generation. His ancestors look like a scientist, a master craftsman and his father is displaying a pair of round glasses.

There is one thing in common between all of them. All of them have a smirk on their faces. It's a genetic inheritance of this family.

"Fated to Love You" crew says, "The ancestral pictures were taken in May. Jang Hyuk played 8 different roles and the smirk was his idea. Every time he came out in different costumes, the whole place turned into laughter".

Meanwhile, "Fated to Love You" will be broadcasted on the 2nd at 10PM.

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