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"School 2017" Kim Sejeong, Kim Jung-hyun and Jang Dong-yoon poster is out

2017/07/13 Source

The poster of Kim Sejeong, Kim Jung-hyun and Jang Dong-yoon in "School 2017" is out.

The first episode of the new KBS 2TV drama "School 2017" is coming out on the 17th and the main stars are Ra Eun-ho (Kim Sejeong), Hyeon Tae-woon (Kim Jung-hyun) and Song Dae-hwi (Jang Dong-yoon).

The poster features Eun-ho Tae-woon and Dae-hwi in uniform. Eun-ho looks mischievous while Tae-woon looks hot tempered and Dae-hwi has a secretive smile on his face. Tae-woon looks rebellious but his eyes say he has a story to tell. Dae-hwi looks like he has a secret to tell.

Kim Sejeong, Kim Jung-hyun and Jang Dong-yoon each show their color in the poster.

"School 2017" is a school drama about the lives and struggles of teenagers. They make it through a school where status comes before name and a society where nothing seems to be different from school. The first episode is broadcast on the 17th at 10PM.

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