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"The Man In My House" Soo Ae, Kim Young-kwang, Lee Soo-hyuk, Jo Bo-ah filming night and day

2016/11/20 Source

The cast of "The Man In My House"; Soo Ae, Kim Young-kwang, Lee Soo-hyuk and Jo Bo-ah were captured behind the scenes.

Soo Ae (Hong Na-ri), Kim Young-kwang (Go Nan-gil), Lee Soo-hyuk (Kwon Deok-bong) and Jo Bo-ah (Do Yeo-joo) are starring in the KBS 2TV drama "The Man In My House".

In the pictures of them behind the scenes, they are working hard. Soo Ae and Kim Young-kwang check each others' script at any chance they get.

Soo Ae was also seen monitoring herself through the monitors which shows she puts in a lot of effort behind the scenes.

Kim Young-kwang is stuck to producer Kim Jeong-min and checking directions. He's friendly with the cast and staff on site and hangs out with everyone during break.

Lee Soo-hyuk has made a separate script of his own while Jo Bo-ah doesn't mind the cold.

Meanwhile, "The Man In My House" is a romantic drama between flight attendant Hong Na-ri and her younger step-father Ko Nan-gil.

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