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From Song Seung-heon to Son Na-eun, "Shall We Have Dinner Together?" Unveils First Script Reading Stills

2020/03/25 Source

The cast of "Shall We Have Dinner Together?" got together.

The new MBC drama "Shall We Have Dinner Together?" released pictures from the script reading on the 25th.

"Shall We Have Dinner Together?" is based on a webtoon of the same name about a man and a woman who are used to being alone, recovering their emotions through 'dinner'.

PD Ko Jae-hyeon and actors Song Seung-heon, Seo Ji-hye, Lee Ji-hoon-I, Son Na-eun, Ye Ji-won, Park Ho-san, Ko Kyu-pil, and Lee Hyun-jin were present on this day.

PD Ko Jae-hyeon said, "I'm thankful for all the great actors that are participating in the drama. I hope everyone is safe and well until the end".

Song Seung-heon, in the role of a mental specialist named Kim Hae-kyeong, managed to read his lines calmly. Seo Ji-hye, who plays a web-channel producer, immersed into her role immediately. The drama begins in May.

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