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Kim Jun to come back with "Endless Love"

2014/06/11 | 1673 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Jun is coming back with the new SBS drama "Endless Love".

According to his agency, he was discharged of military duty in June last year and is currently in the making of the drama "Endless Love".

He is a white knight in "Endless Love". He has a prime minister father, wealth, intelligence and an artistic touch as well. He's innocent when it comes to women and loves his little sister to death. He is going to create romance with Hwang Jung-eum.

Kim Jun took on the role of Song Woo-bin in the KBS 2TV drama "Boys over Flowers" which was also his debuting drama. He then starred in the Japanese blockbuster "Rupang 3" and is looking forward to another film this August.

Meanwhile, "Endless Love" penetrates the modern day life from the 70s until now, along with the dreams, passion and romance of the leading characters. It is produced by Lee Hyeon-jik and written by Nah Yeon-sook. To be broadcasted on the 21st after "Angel Eyes".

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