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Lee Jang-woo and Oh Yeon-seo in MBC daily drama "Oh Ja-ryeong is Coming"

2012/09/24 | 2828 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Jang-woo and Oh Yeon-seo are starring in the new MBC drama "Oh Ja-ryeong is Coming".

According to an official, Lee Jang-woo and Oh Yeon-seo have been cast for the leading roles of the drama "Oh Ja-ryeong is Coming".

"Oh Ja-ryeong is Coming" is an original written by Kim Sa-kyeong and produced by Choi Won-seok. It is a family drama about a mean son-in-law and a good son-in-law and is aiming for broadcasting in November.

Lee Jang-woo recently coupled with Kim Sun-ah in MBC drama "I Do, I Do". He has also starred in MBC TV program "We Just Got Married" as T-ara member Ham Eun-jung's husband. He also released the song "Words I can't Say".

Oh Yeon-seo was recently in the KBS 2TV drama "My Husband Got a Family" and earned herself the title, national sister-in-law. She also has recently been added into "We Just Got Married" with MBLAQ's Lee Joon.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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