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Seol Jung-hwan, Lee Kwang-soo, Kwak Dong-yeon and other 'Puck!' actors at one spot

2015/12/31 | 1005 views | Permalink | Source

New actor Seol Jung-hwan from SBS' two episode drama, "Puck!" shared a group selfie of his co-actors on the first day of 2016.

Seol Jung-hwan posted the group selfies on his personal Instagram, in which the co-stars of the drama, "Puck!" posed together.

In the revealed photo, Seol Jung-hwan and his co-stars Lee Kwang-soo, Kwak Dong-yeon are looking into the camera lens while smiling brightly. Their handsome faces have captured our attention. Seol Jung-hwan stars as Kim Seok-won, a defenseman in the ice hockey team in the drama.

SBS' short drama, "Puck!" depicts a life of an ice hockey player, who used to be loveless and hopeless before he joined the team. Two episodes of the drama are broadcast at 8:30 PM on January 1st consecutively.

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