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Park Ha-sun and Kwon Sang-woo film "Temptation" in China

2014/07/08 Source

Actress Park Ha-sun and actor kwon Sang-woo are the new 'Hallyu Couple'.

The two were seen in China when they were there filming for the new SBS drama "Temptation".

Chinese media reported with pictures of the two and claimed it was the coming together of the original Hallyu star and a new one. kwon Sang-woo's dramas made a big hit in China and he even starred in a Chinese movie. Park Ha-sun's "Dong Yi" was introduced to China and her recent drama "Three Days" is currently causing a stir in China.

Park Ha-sun's agency claims, "She's been getting love calls from everywhere ever since "Three Days" was revealed in China. However, she's currently going to concentrate on "Temptation" for the time being".

"Temptation" is about a man who is pushed to the edge of a cliff and makes a choice he will never be able to take back. The cast is made up of kwon Sang-woo, Park Ha-sun, Choi Ji-woo and Lee Jung-jin.

To be aired on the 14th of July.

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