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Yoo Seung-ho in talks for 'The Man Living in Our House'

2016/06/09 | 3382 views | Permalink | Source

Yoo Seung-ho has emerged as the frontrunner to play the male lead in the upcoming drama, 'The Man Living in Our House'.

KBS told Star Today on June 9, "'The Man Living in Our Hose' is being discussed about as a next drama, which will take over the airtime of 'Moonlight Drawn by Clouds'".

The associate said, "Yoo Seung-ho has emerged as the frontrunner to play the male lead. Discussion is going on".

Yoo Seung-ho's agency also said, "It is true that he was offered the role" and "Nothing has been decided yet. It is one of the options he is looking into".

'The Man Living in Our House' is based on the popular web-toon of the same title. This family romance drama is about a young man who insists he is the dad. If Yoo Seung-ho decides to take the offer, he will play Go Nan-gil, a farmer who used to be a violent gangster in illegal private loan sect.

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