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"What's Wrong With Secretary Kim" Park Seo-joon and Park Min-young to Join Vacation to Phuket

2018/08/13 | 1708 views | Permalink | Source

The "What's Wrong With Secretary Kim" team is going to Phuket for a vacation as a reward for filming.

The tvN drama "What's Wrong With Secretary Kim" set a record of 8.665% and earned itself a vacation.

Most of the cast such as Hwang Bo-ra, Kang Hong-suk, Kang Ki-young, and Kim Yewon cannot go because of their schedules, but Park Seo-joon and Park Min-young will be going.

Park Min-young will be headed to Phuket as soon as her business abroad is over. Park Seo-joon, who wasn't sure he could make it, managed his schedule welland is able to go.

Meanwhile, "What's Wrong With Secretary Kim" is about aconceited deputy CEO who has everything he needs, falling in love with his secretary. Park Seo-joon and Park Min-young were rumored to be seeing each other because of the chemistry they had with each other in the drama.

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