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[Spoiler] "Trot Romance" Ji Hyun-woo faints

2014/06/23 | 672 views | Permalink | Source

For the first time in two years, Ji Hyun-woo makes an appearance in a drama.

On the first episode of the new KBS 2TV drama "Trot Romance", Jang Joon-hyeon (Ji Hyun-woo) hit the ground.

Being a very spoiled top star, Jang Joon-hyeon started to faint with the appearance of Choi Choon-hee (Jung Eun-ji) and a female con artist.

Reporters raided the hotel Joon-hyeon and the con artist were in and got knocked out by his own car door while running away from them.

Jang Joon-hyeon received a medal for completing the marathon using a substitute and he was accused of molesting a minor and a sex scandal also broke out. He couldn't appear on TV anymore.

Meanwhile, "Trot Romance" is a romantic comedy between Choi Choon-hee and Jeong Joon-hyeon in a story where he has to transform her into the perfect queen of trot.

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