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[Photos] "Introvert Boss" Yeon Woo-jin on alert and Park Hye-soo so bright

2016/12/19 | 1371 views | Permalink | Source

The poster for "Introvert Boss" is out.

tvN drama "Introvert Boss" comes out on the 16th of January. The official poster was released on the 20th.

On Hwan-gi (Yeon Woo-jin) and Cha Ro-woon (Park Hye-soo) get involved in some romance in this drama which is directed by Song Hyeon-wook and written by Joo Ho-mi.

The poster shows the characteristics of Yeon Woo-jin and Park Hye-soo. The first poster shows Park Hye-soo coming through a door with a smile on her face while Yeon Woo-jin looks tense. "Introvert Boss" is about a man tries to shut the door and a woman who tries to open it.

Another poster shows Yeon Woo-jin in a blue colored suit and eyeing Park Hye-soo while she's wearing a brightly colored dress and is as confident as ever.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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