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Rain's 'Hello, My Precious' changes title to 'Please Come Back, Mister'

2015/12/23 | 674 views | Permalink | Source

Singer and actor Rain returns to the Korean small screen.

Rain has been confirmed to headline SBS' new drama, of which original title was known as 'Hello, My Precious'. The original title has been changed to "Please Come Back, Mister".

This is his small screen comeback in one year and three months since his appearance in 'My Lovely Girl'. The return of rom-com King is garnering the attention from general drama fans as well as his fans.

"Please Come Back, Mister" is based on the Japanese novel "7 Days of Tsubakiyama" by Asada Jiro. It is a touching tear-jerking comedy drama. Under the assumption that dead people can come back to life briefly from the posthumous world, the drama depicts the life of a man and a woman comically.

Rain plays Lee Hae-joon, who dies in his 40s for overworking as a longtime section manager of a department store and then returns to life as a handsome elite branch manager.

"Please Come Back, Mister' is to be aired after "Remember" has finished.

Source : tvreport.co.kr/?c=new...

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