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"The Princess's Man" Park Si-hoo looks good in ancient costume

2011/06/08 | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Si-hoo revealed a on site picture for "The Princess's Man".

New KBS drama "The Princess's Man" is a tragic comedy retelling the Chosun times, with Kim Si-hoo as Kim Seung-yoo, son of Kim Jong-seo in love with Se-ryeong (Moon Chae-won) daughter of General Soo-yang.

In the picture is Park Si-hoo as Kim Seung-yoo, reading his lines, tired from the hot weather and fooling around, totally different from the character he is supposed to be in the drama.

Those who have seen his picture say, "Good job in the hot weather", "I can believe it now that I see it like this, I wish July comes quickly", "I'm looking forward to "The Princess's Man"", "Young Master Seung-yoo, take care of yourself" and more.

Park Si-hoo has been working hard traveling all over the nation and said that the drama feels good after the first shoot.

KBS "The Princess's Man" with Park Si-hoo and Moon Chae-won will be broadcasted on the 20th of July after "Romance Town".

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