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Han Jae-suk joins "Ooh La La Couple" with Kim Jung-eun and Shin Hyun-joon

2012/08/26 Source

Han Jae-suk has joined the new KBS 2TV drama "Ooh La La Couple", a sequel to "Haeundae Lovers".

Han Jae-suk will be taking on the role of Kim Jung-eun's first love, Hyeon-woo. Hyeon-woo is a perfect hotelier who doesn't allow even the smallest mistake as general manager in the hotel where Soo-nam (Shin Hyun-joon) is. However, he is always nice and warm towards Yeo-ok (Kim Jung-eun), his first love.

Coming back for the first time in 2 years since "Merchant Kim Man Deok", Han Jae-suk has been greatly popular in the Chinese region for his recent movie and drama which is to be aired soon in October.

Many are looking forward to "Ooh La La Couple" now that Han Jae-suk has joined the crew along with Shin Hyun-joon and Kim Jung-eun. It is expected that Han Jae-suk will appear livelier rather than his usual serious self.

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