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Yoo Oh-sung to co-star again with Kim Woo-bin in 'Uncontrollably Fond' since 'Friends 2'

2015/12/02 | Permalink | Source

Actor Yoo Oh-sung has been confirmed for KBS 2TV's upcoming drama, "Uncontrollably Fond" starring Kim Woo-bin as the lead, which is slated to begin sometime in the first half of next year.

The two actors: Yoo Oh-sung and Kim Woo-bin, who showed off the perfect chemistry for their roles in movie, 'Friends 2', have joined for the new drama. As Kim Woo-bin, who has established his stance as a A-list star and Yoo Oh-sung, who is also a trusted actor for his top class acting performance, will co-star in this highly anticipated drama, it is garnering even more attention.

Yoo Oh-sung has been loved for his candid and sincere acting performances hidden behind his coolheaded look. Many fans send out strong support for his passionate works as an actor back and forth between the small screen and silver screen. How he will transform for his prosecutor role in KBS 2TV's new Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Uncontrollably Fond" creates curiosity in drama fans.

Yoo Oh-sung is currently starring as Gil So-gae in the KBS 2TV's special project drama. He will come back on small screen in 2016 through "Uncontrollably Fond" along with Kim Woo-bin, Suzy, Lim Ju-hwan, Lim Ju-eun, Jin Kyung, Jung Sun-kyung, and Choi Moo-sung.

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