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Kim Da-mi and Lee Joo-young Hug Tight and Smile

2020/03/12 Source

Actresses Kim Da-mi and Lee Joo-young appeared in some cute pictures.

On the official Instagram for "Itaewon Class", pictures of Kim Da-mi and Lee Joo-young came up. Kim Da-mi is leaning on Lee Joo-young with their arms linked.

Lee Joo-young is patting Kim Da-mi's head, which is resting on her shoulder, and they look lovely together.

The next picture looks a little heavier in atmosphere, as Lee Joo-young is gazing out somewhere and Kim Da-mi looks like she's in thought.

Meanwhile, Kim Da-mi plays Jo I-seo and Lee Joo-young plays Ma Hyeon-yi in the jTBC drama "Itaewon Class".

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"Itaewon Class" is directed by Kang Min-goo, Kim Seong-yoon, written by Kwang Jin, and features Park Seo-joon, Kim Da-mi, Yoo Jae-myung, Kwon Nara, Kim Dong-hee, Ahn Bo-hyun. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/01/31~Now airing, Fri, Sat 22:50 on jTBC.

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