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Park Ho-san Picked up for "Shall We Have Dinner Together?"

2020/03/11 Source

Actor Park Ho-san was picked up for "Shall We Have Dinner Together?" as a mysterious character.

The new MBC drama "Shall We Have Dinner Together?" announced on the 10th that Park Ho-san will be starring in the drama.

"Shall We Have Dinner Together?" is based on a webtoon of the same name about a man and a woman who are used to being alone, recovering their emotions through 'dinner'.

Park Ho-san plays the role of Keanu, a mysterious character who appears at Do-hee's (Seo Ji-hye) convenience store every day. He looks nosy at first, but has great insight when it comes to romance and relationships.

"Shall We Have Dinner Together?" is due in May.

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"Shall We Have Dinner Together?" is directed by Ko Jae-hyeon, written by Kim Joo, and features Song Seung-heon, Seo Ji-hye, Lee Ji-hoon-I, Son Na-eun, Ko Kyu-pil. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/05~Upcoming, on SBS.

Source : star.mt.co.kr/stview....

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