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"Three Days" Son Hyun-joo and Park Yoo-chun in stills

2014/02/25 Source

Son Hyun-joo and Park Yoo-chun from "Three Days" have been revealed through still cuts.

Son Hyun-joo and Park Yoo-chun appears as the president and bodyguard who tries to save the president from danger. Son Hyun-joo is the kind of president who treats his bodyguards like one of the nation's people he must respect and Park Yoo-chun is the kind of security that would put out his life for the president.

"Three Days" producer Golden Some Pictures Yang Geun-mo claims, ""Three Days" is a melodrama between a man and a woman as well as friendship and loyalty between two men. That's when the bodyguards come in as the president is at risk of being assassinated".

Furthermore, "Three Days" is about the president disappearing after three gunshots while he's on vacation in his private villa. Other casts include Park Ha-sun, So Yi-hyun, Choi Won-young, Yoon Je-moon, Jang Hyun-sung, Kim Hyeong-gyoo-I and more. To be broadcasted on the 5th of March.

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