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"Master - God of Noodles" poster of the 5 characters

2016/04/21 | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV drama "Master - God of Noodles" revealed a poster with a bang.

Chun Jung-myung (Moo-myeong), Jung Yoo-mi (Chae Yeo-kyeong), Lee Sang-yeob (Park Tae-ha), and Gong Seung-yeon (Kim Da-hae) are on the posters. Cho Jae-hyun looks strong and represents his character of Kim Gil-do. The five characters have different emotions, colors and designs.

The posters of the five characters were hand painted by a famous illustrator named Kim Sang-in. The effects of the characters in the poster look like they are being created by clouds. The characters look like they are aware of the fate they are about to face.

A lot of effort was put into the poster who deliver the message of the drama and to create a new classic atmosphere.

Meanwhile, the new KBS 2TV drama "Master - God of Noodles" is the story of youths who jump into the world of grown-ups and learning about passion, fatal love and humanity.

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