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Choi Min-I as Jun Ji-hyun's fiance in "My Love from the Star"

2013/11/06 | 1372 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Choi Min-I is going to be Jun Ji-hyun's fiancé in the drama.

The new SBS drama "My Love from the Star" stars Choi Min-I as Cheon Song-i's (Jun Ji-hyun) fiancé Lee Hwi-kyeong.

He is a second generation plutocrat with nothing he needs and plans to win over the heart of Cheon Song-i but is busy being led by her instead.

Choi Min-I debuted with the 2009 drama "Here He Comes" and starred in dramas like "Pasta", "Our Women", "My Love, Butterfly Lady" and more.

Choi Min-I is co-starring with Jun Ji-hyun, Kim Soo-hyun, Park Hae-jin and more.

Faction romance drama "My Love from the Star" is based on the unidentified flying object recorded in the year 1609. A man named Do Min-joon (Kim Soo-hyun) falls from space 400 years later and meets spoiled superstar Cheon Song-i. This drama will be broadcasted in December after "The Heirs".

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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