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"While You Were Sleeping - 2017" Serious Lee Jong-suk and Lee Sang-yeob

2017/09/25 | Permalink | Source

Stills of the new SBS drama "While You Were Sleeping - 2017" were released on the 25th and they at the slightly contentious relationship between Jeong Jae-chan (Lee Jong-suk) and Lee Yoo-beom (Lee Sang-yeob).

"While You Were Sleeping - 2017" is the story of a woman who can foresee unfortunate events in people's futures and an investigator who tries to prevent them from happening.

The third teaser show that Jae-chan and Yoo-beom met as student and teacher in the past. They meet again as a lawyer and a prosecutor, but the stills and teaser show Jae-chan glaring at Yoo-beom with anger in his eyes.

Also in the stills, a young Jae-chan (Nam Da-reum) is looking at young Yoo-beom (Yeo Hoe-hyun) with fear in his eyes while Yoo-beom has Jae-chan's face cupped in his hands.

"While You Were Sleeping - 2017" begins on the 27th of September.

Source : www.sedaily.com/NewsV...

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