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Ryu Si-won is tough lover in "Goodbye Dear Wife"

2012/03/18 | 813 views | Permalink | Source

Hallyu star Ryu Si-won is a tough lover.

Channel A "Goodbye Dear Wife" revealed a still cut of Ryu Si-won. He is coming back with "Goodbye Dear Wife" for the first time n 4 years as a former fighter and current CEO of a sports center.

Ryu Si-won will take off the soft guy image until now and come back as a tough lover.

He said, "I actually like guys stuff and I am a tough senior to some of my younger friends. I never had a chance to show this on TV until now. I hope you can see that I am a tough guy through "Goodbye Dear Wife"".

"Goodbye Dear Wife" is a romantic comedy about the love war married couple's go through after marriage. Cha Seung-hyeok (Ryu Si-won) dreams of "Romance Again" with his first love and asks his wife for a divorce. Kang Seon-ah (Hong Soo-hyun) has hold of the reins on him but is tired from keeping him in line.

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