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"A Gentleman's Dignity" posters

2012/05/23 | Permalink | Source

Two kinds of posters for the SBS weekend drama "A Gentleman's Dignity" created by success makers, writer Kim Eun-sook and producer Sin Woo-cheol were revealed.

The first poster shows Jang Dong-gun looking testy with a crooked smile on his face and Kim Ha-neul standing next to him with air in her cheeks, looking cute.

Jang Dong-gun is wearing a jacket with accessories, clothes pin and belt that makes him look fashionable and chic, like Kim Do-jin and Kim Ha-neul is wearing a short mini skirt which fits her perfect S-line body, completing the Seo Isu look.

In the second poster are Jang Dong-gun, Kim Soo-ro, Kim Min-jong and Lee Jong-hyuk. Despite the fact that they are all dressed in clean suits, they all have their socks and shoes off, looking friendly like they have been since high school. This poster reflects well on them as the four friends looking for some colorful romance.

Meanwhile, "A Gentleman's Dignity" is about the different romance four men go through.

To be aired on the 26th after "Dummy Mommy".

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