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"Missing You" Park Yoo-chun and Yoon Eun-hye

2012/10/15 | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Yoo-chun and Yoon Eun-hye revealed still cuts from the drama set.

MBC drama "Missing You" showed Park Yoo-chun and Yoon Eun-hye missing each other with tears in their eyes.

The two met for the first time through this. They brought out deep feelings from within as Han Jeong-woo (Micky) and Lee Soo-yeon (Yoon).

In the still cut is Han Jeong-woo who looks like he's trying hard to hide his sadness and Soo-yeon who is looking at him and crying.

An "Missing You" spokesperson explained, "They have understood the emotions of their characters and brought them out".

"Missing You" is about a love like hide and seek between a man and a woman who both have painful memories of their past love's. Yeo Jin-goo and Kim So-hyun take on the younger roles of Park Yoo-chun and Yoon Eun-hye.

This drama is written by Moon Hee-jeong and director Lee Jae-dong. To be aired for the first time in November.

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