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[Photos] "Man To Man" Park Hae-jin and Kim Min-jung's first take

2016/11/27 | 2813 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Park Hae-jin and Kim Min-jung had their first take of the new JTBC drama "Man to Man".

In the stills, the actor is wearing a navy colored slim jumper and the actress is wearing a brown leather jacket. They matched this look with black pants and sneakers.

Park Hae-jin looks handsome with this casual look and Kim Min-jung attempts at a choppy-bang look this time.

The two take on the roles of a bodyguard and fan in the drama and they fall in love.

Park Hae-jin's role of Kim Seol-woo is a mysterious intelligence service agent who becomes a Hally star bodyguard on a secret mission.

Kim Min-jung plays Cha Do-ha, a fan manager of Yeo Woon-gwang (Park Sung-woong). She keeps an eye on his daily life and keeps her favorite star protected with all her might.

"Man to Man" is written by Kim Won-seok-II and directed by Lee Chang-min-I & Kim Sang-ho-I.

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