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[Video] 'Moonlight Drawn by Clouds' new teaser features Park Bo-gum's ardent eyes towards Kim Yoo-jung

2016/07/25 Source

'Moonlight Drawn by Clouds' actor Park Bo-gum made the potential drama fans' hearts flutter with the ardent look in his eyes towards Kim Yoo-jung.

KBS 2TV's new Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Moonlight Drawn by Clouds' has revealed teaser starring Park Bo-gum (Lee Yeong) and Kim Yoo-jung (Hong Ra-on).

In the teaser revealed on July 25th, taery-eyed Park Bo-gum is looking at Kim Yoo-jung ardently. When Kim Yoo-jung bumps into him while following him closely, he frowns slightly at her clumsy action, but he grins shortly.

Park Bo-gum then tells Kim Yoo-jung in his sweet voice, "I do not understand why I get to keep seeing a woman in you".

The sweet palace romance starring Park Bo-gum and Kim Yoo-jung premieres at 10 PM on August 15th.

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Source : www.etnews.com/201607...

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