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Yoon Sang-hyun and Choi Ji-woo throw and hit the balls

2011/08/03 | Permalink | Source

Yoon Sang-hyun and Choi Ji-woo will heat up the Jamsil Bees.

Yoon Sang-hyun from the new MBC drama "Can't Lose" will be visiting the Jamsil Baseball Stadium to hit the ball for shooting reasons.

This visit to the stadium will be for the take of the scene where lawyer Yeon Hyeong-woo (Yoon Sang-hyun) meets his lawyer wife Lee Yeon-jae (Choi Ji-woo). For fan service, at the professional match between LG and Hanhwa Yoon Sang-hyun and Choi Ji-woo will throw and catch a ball.

Their managements say, "Yoon Sang-hyun was very happy when he was asked to throw the ball. It makes it even more fun that they can see the fans on the day they shoot the scene where they meet each other. The two as a couple is bringing about high expectations".

Meanwhile, new MBC drama "Can't Lose" is a comical drama about a lawyer couple going through divorce. Choi Ji-woo is the kind of wife who just stacks dishes that need to be done, dribbles on her elf and Yoon Sang-hyun is the kind of husband who cleans up after her and prefers perfection.

The scene from the baseball stadium can be seen on the first episode of "Can't Lose" on the 24th.

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