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Kim Ji-hoon-I in "Flower Boy Next Door"

2012/11/05 | 2222 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Ji-hoon-I who finished military service in July this year is coming back with the tvN drama "Flower Boy Next Door".

Based on the popular web toon "I Watch Him Everyday", "Flower Boy Next Door" is a romantic comedy about a girl named Ko Dok-mi (Park Shin-hye) who lives in seclusion, getting caught peeking at the boy next door.

In addition to Park Shin-hye and Yoon Si-yoon, Kim Ji-hoon-I has been cast as Oh Jin-rak, a rookie web toon writer who is bad tempered and stubborn. He is the complete opposite character from Enrique Geum (Yoon Si-yoon).

Kim Ji-hoon-I claims, "I felt attracted to Oh Jin-rak who is pure enough to be jealous in front of what he likes and the woman he loves. I am going to bring a change to myself".

"Flower Boy Next Door" will be aired for the first time on the 7th of January 2013.

Source : star.mk.co.kr/new/vie...

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