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Kim Woo-hyuk Finishes the Drama "Shall We Live Together"

2018/09/10 | Permalink | Source

Kim Woo-hyuk who starred in the drama "Shall We Live Together" said something about the drama being finished.

He took on the role of Ji Woong-hee, a resident at the Jahan Hospital.

Kim Woo-hyuk made a speech through his agency saying, "Hello, I am Kim Woo-hyuk who played resident Ji Woong-hee at the JIhan Hospital. It was such a happy time to be able to work with warm hearted staff and senior actors".

Kim Woo-hyuk looked up to Jung Eun-tae (Lee Sang-woo) who was known as 'the crazy dog' and was the number one character to avoid between the residents but the most wanted doctor between the patients.

Kim Woo-hyuk is starring in the new JTBC "Drama Festa - Recipe for Happiness" as fund manager Won-joong.

Meanwhile, KBS 2TV drama "Shall We Live Together" ended on the 9th with 50 episodes.

Source : sports.chosun.com/new...

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