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[Spoiler] "A Gentleman's Dignity" Park Joo-mi's first appearance

2012/06/17 | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Joo-mi stole the hearts of the four men in "A Gentleman's Dignity".

Park made her first appearance in the drama for the first time on the 17th. A story of the four men in 1993 when they were 20 was told on this day's episode. It was the memory of Choi Yoon's (Kim Min-jong) birthday party.

The four men went out on a blind date with inflated hearts. Their partner was known as the 'bomb girl'. Lee jeong-rok (Lee Jong-hyuk) pretended to be stupid, Choi Yoon a mama's boy, Im Tae-san (Kim Soo-ro) shook his hands and Kim Do-jin (Jang Dong-gun) spoke with a lisp.

However, their acts didn't keep up long when Kim Eunhee (Park Joo-mi) arrived. She appeared with an apology that her lecture finished late and the four men stared at her with their mouths open.

Netizens say, "Park Joo-mi shines on TV", "She is so hot", "I wish she would keep coming out" and more.

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