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[Photos] "Man to Man" Park Hae-jin and Park Sung-woong meet

2016/12/04 | 1279 views | Permalink | Source

Park Hae-jin and Park Sung-woong have come together as bodyguards and Hallyu star.

The new JTBC drama "Man to Man" released stills of Park Sung-woong and Park Hae-jin on the 5th.

Park Sung-woong plays a Hallyu star and Park Hae-jin is his bodyguard.

The two have completely been engrossed in their characters. Park Sung-woong stands with the aura of a Hally star and Park Hae-jin looks politely and respectfully up at him.

In another still, Park Sung-woong is headed somewhere by subway in his flower-printed pajamas and Park Hae-jin is next to him acting all serious.

Park Sung-woong's character of the Hallyu star is nothing like a manly or bad guy. He is ill-tempered but has charm and is in fact hard to dislike.

Meanwhile, "Man to Man" is a pre-produced drama about a Hallyu star and his bodyguard. The first episode will be released next year.

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