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"Ooh La La Couple" Shin Hyun-joon and Kim Jung-eun fight on Twitter

2012/09/13 | Permalink | Source

"Ooh La La Couple" Shin Hyun-joon and Kim Jung-eun are already fighting like a couple.

Shin Hyun-joon is the terrible kind of husband who will mess up wifey Kim Jung-eun's world in the new KBS drama "Ooh La La Couple", and he posted on Twitter saying, "Are you watching Kim Jung-eun? My Han Chae-ah is shooting!" trying to prompt her jealousy.

Kim Jung-eun reposted, "I can't help it if you're like that" and posted an embarrassing picture of Shin Hyun-joon.

However, Shin Hyun-joon paid her back with three more picture of her, all more and more embarrassing than the previous.

Kim Jung-eun gave up in the end and said she was going to take a break.

Meanwhile "Ooh La La Couple" is a family comedy about a married couple who switch souls with each other when the husband asks for divorce due to his affair with another woman. To be aired for the first time on the 8th of October.

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