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Lee Won-geun and Ji Soo's bromance in 'Cheeky Go Go'

2015/09/23 | Permalink | Source

KBS 2TV's school series, a new Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Cheeky Go Go' has unveiled their behind-the-scenes photos featuring actors Lee Won-geun and Ji Soo"s heartwarming bromance. The two actors will show off their irreplaceable friendship as best friends in the drama.

Lee Won-geun will play as Kim Yeol, an eomchina, a friend who's supposedly good at everything from top to bottom. Ji Soo's role, Seo Ha Joon is a mysterious boy, who suffers from anger control disorder due to his suppressive father.

The two have been friends since little in the drama and will show off the unbeatable loyal friendship. You won't be able to tell if its' acting or real when seeing the two in the truly heartwarming behind-the-scenes photos.

The two actors displayed great chemistry from the first take although they met each other for the first time through this drama.

'Cheeky Go Go' depicts the heartfelt coming-of-age by telling the story of honor roll students and delinquents, who work together and become true friends with each other in the prestigious Sebit high school, where students are ranked by academic scores.

It is a feast for your eyes thanks to the two actors together in the drama. 'Cheeky Go Go' will begin on October 5th as a successor drama of 'The Eccentric Daughter-in-Law'.

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