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Hallyu Queen Song Ji-hyo to Star in Korean Adaptation of Popular Japanese Drama "Absolute Boyfriend"

2018/03/12 | 893 views | Permalink | Source

Hallyu Queen Song Ji-hyo is taking on OCN's new drama, "Absolute Boyfriend" as Dada, a special makeup artist who's been hurt by love and doesn't trust anyone anymore.

"Absolute Boyfriend" is based on the original Japanese comic "Absolute Boyfriend".

The original drama is about the love between a woman and an android and it was a big hit in Japan and Korea when it first came out and was popular enough to be remade in Taiwan as well.

A perfect bot named Young-gu comes into her life and so does top star Ma Wang-joon.

Song Ji-hyo is popular in the TV show "Running Man' and she's going to become a 'romantic comedy queen' thanks to "Absolute Boyfriend" which

"Absolute Boyfriend" is directed by Jeong Jeong-hwa and written by Yang Hyeok-moon.

Source : www.viva100.com/main/...

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