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Yunho, will he star in SBS drama "Man From The Stars" ?

2013/09/30 | 791 views | Permalink | Source

Member of TVfXQ and actor Yunho is about to make a comeback.

He is currently considering the possibilities of starring in the new SBS mini-series, "Man From the Stars". Nothing solid can be said but it looks like he's leaning towards the go.

If Yunho gives the green light, he will be taking on the role of a 2nd generation plutocrat named Lee Hwi-kyeong. Cheon Song-I (Jun Ji-hyun) is his fiance but craves attention from her because she's so cold. Kim Soo-hyun and Jun Ji-hyun have already climb aboard and with the addition of Yunho, this could become a Hallyu drama.

Yunho has been concentrating on his music career ever since the drama "Yawang" ended early this year.

"Man From the Stars" is written by Park Ji-eun from "My Husband Got a Family". This drama is about a alien man from 400 years ago and romance with a top star actress.

Source : sports.hankooki.com/l...

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