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"My Daughter Seo-yeong" Lee Bo-young and Park Hae-jin as twins

2012/09/05 | 3016 views | Permalink | Source

Park Hae-jin and Lee Bo-young took a picture together as twins.

The two are starring in the upcoming weekend drama "My Daughter Se-yeong" on the 15th as fraternal twins who love and care for each other. As Seo-yeong and Sang-woo, they are completely different from each other but fill each other's gaps.

The picture was taken at the Han River Park in Yeoeuido on the 5th. The way they are standing together with Park Hae-jin's arm over her, they look like a real brother and sister.

"My Daughter Seo-yeong" is an overwhelming drama about a daughter who abandons her skill-less and incompetent father but he embraces every single inch of her.

This drama is highly expected as it is a collaboration between writer So Hyeon-kyeong and producer Yoo Hyeon-gi. Starring Lee Bo-young, Park Hae-jin, Lee Sang-yoon, Chun Ho-jin, Song Ok-sook, Kim Hye-ok and more.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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