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Yunho puts all his energy in practice for "The Night Watchman"

2014/07/24 | Permalink | Source

Yunho is practicing hard for the new MBC drama "The Night Watchman".

Pictures of the actor were released on the 25th, sweating like no other under the sun and practicing swinging his sword. Charisma is written all over him.

Yunho plays the role of Moo Seok, the best swordsman there is in Joseon. Despite the fact that he's drenched in sweat, Jeong is doing his best to master the skills of using the sword. He flings the sword down on a bundle of rice.

Moo Seok's nature to feel love for his country's safety takes place in a set in Yongin. Yunho didn't disappoint anyone from the first day and showed endless passion for his character.

Yunho was supervised by the action director on this day. He continued to practice his moves until he perfected them.

Meanwhile, "The Night Watchman" is a fantasy romance drama which will be broadcasted on the 4th of August.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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