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"Pride and Prejudice" Baek Jin-hee and Choi Jin-hyuk like a real couple

2014/10/20 | 976 views | Permalink | Source

Stills of Baek Jin-hee and Choi Jin-hyuk in the roles of Han Yeol-moo and Goo Dong-chi in the new MBC drama "Pride and Prejudice" were released on the 21st.

The two of them are looking at each other warmly with beer in between them at a bar. They look like they just started romancing.

However, another picture shows them serious and deep in thought alone.

This scene was taken at a bar in Itaewon last month. Despite the messy atmosphere, the two of them were able to concentrate on each other only.

Apparently, Choi Jin-hyuk and Baek Jin-hee are acting like a real couple and have done a real good job.

"Pride and Prejudice" is the struggle of investigators who use people as their weapon to find laws and policies, people and love.

"Pride and Prejudice" will be broadcasted on the 27th at 10PM.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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