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Seo Hyo-rim and Park Jin-woo become a married couple in "Man Who Lays the Table"

2017/08/01 | Permalink | Source

Actors Seo Hyo-rim and Park Jin-woo are getting married in the new MBC weekend drama "Man Who Lays the Table".

"Man Who Lays the Table" starring Choi Soo-yeong, On Joo-wan, Kim Kap-soo, Kim Mi-sook, Lee Il-hwa, Shim Hyung-tak, Seo Hyo-rim and Park Jin-woo, is about two middle-aged men who risk their families by announcing their marriage.

Seo Hyo-rim takes on the role of Ha Yeon-joo. She is the only daughter of a real estate parvenu and was raised with everything she wants. Her talent is spending money and prettying herself and she is ignored by her husband but she's cheerful and carefree.

Seo Hyo-rim is coming back for the first time in a year in this drama. She starred in dramas "Beautiful Gong Shim", "Sungkyunkwan Scandal", "Scent of a Woman" and more.

Park Jin-woo takes on the role of Lee So-won, a handsome and smart doctor. He was hurt from his first love and his father urged him to marry a rich man's daughter but keeps his distance from his wife and mother-in-law who likes to interfere with everything.

Park Jin-woo debuted with the movie "My Little Bride" and starred in dramas "Non Stop", "Jeong Do-jeon", "Painter of the Wind" and more.

"Man Who Lays the Table" will begin on the 2nd of September.

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