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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Jung Hae-in and Han Ji-min Confirm Noona Romance Drama "One Spring Night"

2019/01/29 | 1677 views | Permalink

It takes some luck to become Son Ye-jin's leading man, and it takes some true Dramaland blessing to then move on to accompanying Han Ji-min. We have a case of noona out-noona in, as Jung Hae-in and Han Ji-min take on the leading roles in "One Spring Night".

The drama was originally reported as a story about reevaluating life and love, while the latest news speaks about the main characters. Han Ji-min is Lee  Jeong-in, a local librarian whose character will reportedly be depicting the lives of women in their 30s. Jung Hae-in will be playing Yoo Ji-ho, a warm, upstanding pharmacist.

The series will be premiering on MBC in May, and it will be the second collaboration between PD Ahn Pan-seok and writer Kim Eun following their work in "Pretty Sister Who Buys Me Food".

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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