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"One Spring Night" Jung Hae-in Is Dashing in a Pharmacist's Coat

2019/04/14 Source

Actor Jung Hae-in is coming back with the new MBC drama, "One Spring Night".

Stills released on the 11th of April show Jung Hae-in portraying the character of Yoo Ji-ho, a strong man with a warm heart.

"One Spring Night" is a romantic drama about a man and a woman looking for love one spring night. It's a story about a man and a woman who will experience a wave of emotion with love seeps into their quiet lives.

Jung Hae-in plays a pharmacist named Yoo Ji-ho. In the stills, he's looking very upright in a shirt and a knitted sweater while also wearing a good-natured look on his face.

Yoo Ji-ho is a character has never upset his parents in his whole life and is very righteous. He is caring and considerate, but pursues what he is attracted to without question.

Meanwhile, "One Spring Night" is director by Ahn Pan-seok, written by Kim Eun and co-starred by Jung Hae-in and Han Ji-min (Lee Jeong-in).

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