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"Ooh La La Couple" Byun Hee-bong and Narsha

2012/08/27 Source

Narsha from the girl group Brown Eyed Girls Narsha and actor Byun Hee-bong joined KBS 2TV "Ooh La La Couple".

According to Contents K, they have landed in the roles of match making gods.

Narsha is a female seer. She hides the fact that she is one and shows off her sexiness and fashion style.

Byun Hee-bong is an old man who match-makes couples to get married. He holds the fate of Shin Hyun-joon and Kim Jung-eun. He is also going to gives advice to them that will help everyone in the country.

These two make Shin Hyun-joon and Kim Jung-eun fall into different situations the way they want it. At the same time, they will give the viewers a chance to re-think about love between married couples.

Meanwhile, "Ooh La La Couple" is a family comedy that makes us think about the meaning of family and will be aired after "Haeundae Lovers" on the 8th of October.

Source : www.asiatoday.co.kr/n...

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