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Kim Da-hyeon is a cold city guy in tvN's "Twelve Men in a Year"

2012/01/19 | 1315 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Da-hyeon is going to come back to home TV screens as a cold city guy.

His management, Fantasio, said, "Kim Da-hyeon has been cast as the Aquarius Hyeon-woo, who is one of the guys Yoon Jin-seo meets in the drama".

In the drama, Hyeon-woo is a university physics professor with a sculpture-like face, soft voice, logical mind and outgoing personality. He is one character who strives for love because of Miru (Yoon Jin-seo), but at the same time shows that the male is not such an easy species to understand.

Kim Da-hyeon appeared as Kim Hong-do in the drama "Warrior Baek Dong-soo" and also performed in the theatrical play "Alone in Love".

Many are curious as to how he will carry out the character of a dandy and attractive man who also has a cold side.

Meanwhile, tvN's "Twelve Men in a Year" is a romantic comedy about a magazine columnist who writes about her personal experiences with twelve different men who all have different zodiac signs.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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