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Park Seo-joon and Lee Hyun-woo's bromance pictorial

2014/12/23 | 1912 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Park Seo-joon and Lee Hyun-woo took pictures with the sun and blue nature of Boracay as their canvas.

9 good looking actors and actresses gathered together with VOGUE GIRL for this project.

Park Seo-joon and Lee Hyun-woo are sitting comfortably together in knitted shirts and shorts. They look friendly with each other and set a perfect example of bromance.

Park Seo-joon made time of his busy schedule for this project and Lee Hyun-woo as well, with the release of "The Con Artists" coming soon.

Other members of this project are Han Bo-reum from "Modern Farmer", Han Jong-yeong from "Sensible Love", Lee Jae-won-I, Chun Min-hee, Han Kang-il and Jo Yeong-seo. They all belong to Key East.

All of them chatted and played with each other during breaks and showed what it is to be young and free. The 9 of them wore matching colors of beige, blue and white.

This pictorial can be seen in the January issue of VOGUE GIRL.

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