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"Hundred Million Stars from the Sky" Seo In-guk, Jung So-min, and Park Sung-woong Send Their Holiday Greetings

2018/09/24 | Permalink | Source

"Hundred Million Stars from the Sky" cast Seo In-guk, Jung So-min, Park Sung-woong, Seo Eun-soo, and Go Min-si sent their Chuseok greetings.

The upcoming tvN drama "Hundred Million Stars from the Sky" is a melodrama about a dangerous man named Moo-young (Seo In-guk), a woman named Jin Kang (Jung So-min) who suffers from the same things as him and her brother Jin Gook (Park Sung-woong) who is against Moo-young.

The cast got together to deliver their Chuseok greetings to the viewers.

In the following stills, everyone is in a different picture showing 'finger hearts'.

"Hundred Million Stars from the Sky" is beginning on the 3rd of October.

"Hundred Million Stars from the Sky" is a remake of a Japanese drama that was awarded prizes in eight different categories at the 33rd The Television Drama Academy Awards. It is produced by Yoo Je-won and written by Song Hye-jin-I.

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