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Kam Woo-sung and Choi Soo-young in "My Spring Days"

2014/07/16 | Permalink | Source

Kam Woo-sung and Choi Soo-young from Girls' Generation are starring in the new MBC drama "My Spring Days".

"My Spring Days" is a mellow drama about a woman who survives a heart transplant and fall's in love with the donor's husband.

This is Kam Woo-sung's first drama comeback in 3 years and takes on the role of Kang Dong-ha, the CEO of Hanuiron. He loses his wife to an accident and raises two children by himself but is destined to meet Bomi, the woman who receives her wife's heart.

Choi Soo-young is Bomi, the woman who gets to live a new life. She's very enthusiastic in everything as she is alive thanks to someone else.

Their love story is based on the unique subject of 'cellular memory', (a symptom where recipients remember the habits or personalities of the donors) the kind that happens to transplant recipients.

This drama is produced by Lee Jae-dong and written by Park Ji-sook and will be released in September.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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