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"Who Are You - School 2015" Lee Pil-mo, Kim So-hyun, Nam Joo-hyuk and Yook Sung-jae go on a school trip

2015/04/13 | 2596 views | Permalink | Source

Everyone in class 3 of grade 11 went on a school trip for the new KBS 2TV drama "Who Are You - School 2015".

The picture of the entire class, students and teachers looks real and seems relative to teens today. Everyone of the cast stand out with their own facial expressions and poses.

Lee Pil-mo (Kim Joon-seok) plays the class teacher. He has a wise look on his face. Kim So-hyun (Lee Eun-bi) looks cute with a 'V'. Nam Joo-hyuk (Han I-an) has a soft smile on his face and Yook Sung-jae (Gong Tae-gwang) looks playful.

The picture was taken on the 9th at Tongyeong and the entire team looks like they're having fun. They talk and laugh and joke around but when the camera starts rolling they become serious and get along well.

"Who Are You - School 2015" is the sixth "School" series of the KBS brand and will be broadcasted on the 27th of this month after "Blood".

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