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Park Si-hoo in "Cheongdam-dong Alice"

2012/10/07 Source

Actor Park Si-hoo is starring in the upcoming SBS drama "Cheongdam-dong Alice".

He is coming back for the first time in a year and a half since the KBS 2TV drama "The Princess' Man".

"Cheongdam-dong Alice" is about an average commoner woman Han Se-kyeong (Moon Geun-young) becoming the daughter-in-law of a Cheong Dam family. Park Si-hoo takes on the role of Cha Seung-jo, the youngest CEO of worldwide brand Artemis.

Park Si-hoo as everything he needs and is from an affluent family but he loses his love because of this and claims he won't ever meet another woman again but is actually a romantist who wants nothing for the price of love.

Many are curious to see how successful this come back will be as he had been in the previous projects such as "Prosecutor Princess" (SBS), "Queen of Reversals" (MBC) and "The Princess' Man" (KBS).

"Cheongdam-dong Alice" will be aired in December.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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