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[Photo + Video] Country bumpkin heads to the big city in "Drama Special - Let's Meet, Joo-oh"

2017/09/07 | 191 views | Permalink | Source

"Drama Special - Let's Meet, Joo-oh" looks every bit as cute as the premise seems. The poster clearly shows the great onscreen chemistry between Son Ho-jun and Jo Bo-ah while the trailer is cute as all get-out. Japanese writing and period dress set the stage for 1930s Korea while Ismael De La Vega's "Tu Cuerpo En Mi" plays in the background, setting the mood for this lady ready to meet her man. Joo-oh (Son Ho-jun) and Soo-ji (Jo Bo-ah) seem to be antagonistic, mostly because she's a difficult case, but methinks that there might be romance a-brewing between the two.

-Yours, Lisa, a fan of period pieces and the two leads.

"Drama Special - Let's Meet, Joo-oh" (2017)

Directed by Kang Min-kyung-I

Written by Kim Eun-seon

With Son Ho-jun, Jo Bo-ah, Baek Soo-jang, Jung Yi-rang, Jo Jae-ryong, Choi Byung-mo,...

1 episode - Sun 22:40
Part of the "Drama Special" series

Synopsis
A story about a young woman who moves from rural early 20th-century Korea to Gyeongseong (Seoul) who wants to marry a modern man. She heads to a matchmaking agency where things don't go quite as planned.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2017/09/10

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