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Park Min-woo seen on the set of "Modern Farmer"

2014/10/16 Source

Park Min-woo starring in the SBS mini-series "Modern Farmer" was seen around the set of the drama. He plays the role of Kang Hyeok, the keyboard player in the band Excellent Souls.

Park Min-woo is wearing a red checkered shirt with a colored vest and printed shirt. He's smiling brightly and chatting with the staff and co-stars around him.

He asked a staff to take a video of his acting with his personal cell phone.

Kang Hyeok is the son of a famous hospital director but chooses to be a musician instead. Park Min-woo has adapted completely to his character.

Netizens say, "Park Min-woo laughs really nicely", "He looks really concentrated in his work", "I wonder what he looks like as a rocker" and more.

Meanwhile, "Modern Farmer" is a comedy drama about a rock band who move to the countryside to farm starring, Lee Hong-ki, Lee Honey, Lee Si-eon, Park Min-woo, Kwak Dong-yeon, Kwon Mina, Han Bo-reum, Kim Boo-sun and others.

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