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Seo Ji-hoon to Star in TvN "Drama Stage - Crumbling Friendship"

2018/12/17 | 516 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Ji-hoon is starring in the tvN "Drama Stage - Crumbling Friendship".

tvN 'Stage 2019' is a short drama program that is a debut stage for new writers. 'Stage 2019' focsues on evolution and has been receiving attention from viewers since it was first aired on the 1st, with various genres of dramas including black comedy, thriller, and romance.

"Crumbling Friendship" is a growth drama about young boys turning into men and restoring friendship. Seo Ji-hoon takes on the role of Kim Young-hoon, a soccer player in physical education school.

Seo Ji-hoon is currently starring in the tvN drama "Mama Fairy and the Woodcutter" as Kim Geum.

His character is nice and caring and this is his first leading role.

Meanwhile, "Drama Stage" can be seen every Saturday at 12 PM KST.

Source : /www.sedaily.com/News...

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