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[Spoiler] "Basketball" Jo Hee-bong and Ha:tfelt

2013/10/22 | 550 views | Permalink | Source

Jo Hee-bong and Ha:tfelt did it.

On the second episode of the tvN drama "Basketball", various-character Jo Hee-bong and cute servant Ko Bong-soon (Ha:tfelt) pulled off their roles like magic.

Jo Hee-bong appeared in different scenes as different characters and Ko Bong-soon helped out Choi Sin-yeong's (Lee Elijah) romance with realistic advice.

Jo Hee-bong became the newspaper editor with parted hair, a boutique store owner and a perm-hair basketball announcer full of passion. His various changes entertained the audience.

Ko Bong-soon pulled off her dialect speech. When Choi Sin-yeong was waiting for Kang San's (Do Ji-han) call, she said, "You are a new woman. Call him first. Didn't you leave anything behind the last time you met him? I told you, a girl must leave something behind".

Jo Hee-bong and Ha:tfelt are adding energy to the drama with their exciting characters.

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