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[Photos] "Love Clinic" Kang Ye-won is a urologist

2015/03/10 | 1135 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Ye-won is a urologist now.

Posters have been released of Oh Ji-ho and Kang Ye-won from upcoming film, "Love Clinic".

Wang Seong-gi (Oh Ji-ho) is a good looking gynecologist who sees women but doesn't know how to read their hearts. Gil Sin-seol (Kang Ye-won) is a urologist who looks at men all the time but has never had a proper relationship herself. The two characters come together this April and battle for love.

Kang Ye-won starred in the MBC TV show "Real Men – Female Soldier Special", earning the nickname Aromi. She starred in various films intil now and this time she's playing the fittest role of her and relate with the women.

Oh Ji-ho starred in recent dramas "The Queen of Office", "Fantastic Couple" and more and is planning to bring on comical sex appeal in this movie.

"Love Clinic" contrasts with the other serious movies due this April and hopes to counsel those who need it through expert characters.


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