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Song Seung-heon and Seo Ji-hye Might Co-star in "Shall We Have Dinner Together?"

2020/02/02 Source

Will Song Seung-heon and Seo Ji-hye get together in a new work?

According to sources, the actors are considering the new drama "Shall We Have Dinner Together?".

"Shall We Have Dinner Together?" is based on an original webtoon of the same name about a complicated relationship between a man and a woman. The drama will be directed by Ko Jae-hyeon of works like "The Player", "Black" and "Syndrome".

Song Seung-heon was offered the role of a food columnist named Kim Hae-kyeong, while Seo Ji-hye is up for Woo Do-hee, a planning team member for "2N Box", a YouTube channel.

If Song Seung-heon goes ahead with the drama, it will be his first MBC drama since the 2013 "When A Man's in Love".

Seo Ji-hye is currently starring in the tvN drama "Crash Landing on You" as Seo Dan, Hyun Bin's character's fiancé.

"Shall We Have Dinner Together?" is due in May.

Source : www.theceluv.com/arti...

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