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Son Ho-jun talks about his first project as a part of YG Entertainment

2017/11/21 | Permalink | Source

Son Ho-jun from "Go Back Couple" showed his pride in his company, YG Entertainment, during an interview on 20th at a café in Hapjeong.

Son Ho-jun signed with YG Entertainment while he was in "Blow Breeze" and as a part of YG, "Go Back Couple" was his first drama.

In the interview Son Ho-jun said he was grateful to Cha Seung-won. Apparently, he's learned a lot from Cha who also takes care of him. When asked why there is an opinion floating around that he doesn't look like other actors at YG he responded, "I don't know why. Please tell me".

Son Ho-jun explained that "Go Back Couple" is about a couple, both thirty-eight-years-old, who constantly fight. It was a collaboration between director Ha Byeong-hoon and writer Kwon Hye-joo.

Son Ho-jun took on the role of Choi Ban-do, who time-slips to the year 1999 while going through a divorce with his wife Jang Na-ra (Ma Jin-joo) in the present.

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