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"Oddball! Chef Moon" Eric Mun and Go Won-hee Begin a Sweet Romance

2020/02/11 Source

The poster for "Oddball! Chef Moon" is out.

The new Channel A Friday and Saturday drama "Oddball! Chef Moon" is a healing romantic comedy about Yoo Bella, a worldwide famous fashion designer who loses her memory and degrades into a troublemaker, meeting star chef Moon Seung-mo.

The poster features the backdrop of a picturesque countryside with Eric Mun and Go Won-hee. Eric Mun's hero is dragging along a bicycle, while Go Won-hee's heroine follows behind him, and they give off the 'healing rom-com' vibe through the imagery. The green around them is fresh and vibrant with energy.

"Oddball! Chef Moon" begins on the 6th of March at 10:50PM.


"Oddball! Chef Moon" is directed by Choi Do-hoon, Jung Heon-soo, written by Jung Yoo-ri, Kim Kyung-soo, and features Eric Mun, Go Won-hee, Cha Jung-won, Jang Jae-ho, Choi Kwang-je, Ahn Nae-sang. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/03~Upcoming, Fri, Sat 22:50 on Channel A.

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