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Upcoming Korean drama "You Will Love Me"

2015/08/12 | 1192 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Oh Chang-suk and actress Lee Tae-im are starring in the drama "You Will Love Me".

They are reuniting again since the SBS drama "My Heart Shines".

Oh Chang-suk plays Oh Geun-baek, a mobile game graphic designer who's recognized by the company but is shunned by his colleagues. He's a fashion terrorist and doesn't know how to please a lady but he falls for a girl he goes on a blind date on. However, she dumps him and he asks the SNS Casanova for help for revenge.

Lee Tae-im plays Park Ji-ho, a script writer wannabe but a jobless woman. She is a 'keyboard creator' as she dreams of becoming a scriptwriter but is stuck in front of her computer every day. She lives a pathetic life but she acts as a Casanova in the SNS world. She comes across Oh Geun-baek but finds herself at risk of revealing who she really is.

"You Will Love Me" is produced by the crew that created "Cuckoo Nest".

Source : biz.heraldcorp.com/vi...

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