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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Romance is a Bonus Book" Releases Teaser Posters

2018/12/26 | 384 views | Permalink

Lee Na-young and Lee Jong-suk are living the book life in newly released teaser posters for upcoming tvN drama "Romance is a Bonus Book". The series follows the romance of a genius writer and editor, and a famous copywriter who fakes her credentials in order to find a lower level job.

The posters are a colorful book lover's dream, and I personally give the landscape oriented one bonus points for the loud sweaters. 'Tis the season, after all. The hardcover goodness also provides us with the drama's tagline, reading 'And so, their new chapter began.'

I'm usually not into romances including deceit as the foundation, but that is more about matters pertaining to the actual romance. A cooked resume to escape unemployment is probably not something our genius hero will have brooding showers over. "Romance is a Bonus Book" is premiering in January.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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