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[Video] "Introvert Boss" Yeon Woo-jin's way of expressing love, Park Hye-soo moves her seat back

2017/01/04 | Permalink | Source

Yeon Woo-jin and Park Hye-soo's teaser for "Introvert Boss" has been revealed.

The teaser was titled, "How an introvert man expresses his love: When he puts the seatbelt around you".

Yeon Woo-jin plays Eun Hwan-gi in "Introvert Boss" and Park Hye-soo plays Chae Ro-woon. They are sitting in the car in the teaser.

Eun Hwan-ki says, "Let me put the seatbelt around you" and crosses over to Ro-woon's side, putting her seat down. His introvert personality doesn't allow him to put the seat belt around her the way she is sitting.

Chae Ro-woon breaks a sweat as she rides in his car with her seat down. In the following scene, Yeon Woo-jin narrates, "She's not introverted at all".

Meanwhile, "Introvert Boss" stars on the 16th at 11PM.

Source : en.seoul.co.kr/news/n...

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