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Monday, 15 April 2013

Jung Yong Hwa confirmed for 'HEIRS' :- Speculations are Over.

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CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa Cast in ‘The Heirs’ with Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye

Putting another drama with Park Shin Hye on his resume, CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa has been cast in the upcoming SBS drama, Heirs.

On April 15, FNC Entertainment announced that Jung Yong Hwa will be acting in Kim Eun Sook’s new drama. Jung Yong Hwa has previously appeared in A Gentleman’s Dignity, one of Kim Eun Sook’s hit dramas, as a cameo appearance as Kim Ha Neul’s student, who had a crush on her.

Already cast in the drama is Park Shin Hye and Lee Min Ho.

Jung Yong Hwa’s recent addition means that this will be his third drama with Park Shin Hye after You’re Beautiful and Heartstrings.  

When I watched You're beautiful I really wished for Jung Yong Hwa and Park Shin Hye to be a pair, as he was so considerate towards her. This wish was granted later with the onset of Heartsrings.
They both share a great chemistry that is now a proven fact. 
And in many interviews Jong Yong Hwa has himself said he feels comfortable working with Park Shin Hye.

But it is for sure  Park Shin Hye will be taken by Lee Min Ho in the drama.
So it is a circle between Park Shin Hye and Jung Yong Hwa I guess. 

The cast itself has set a stage for audience where people will previously plan and clear october slots. And more of them will join eventually. The latter part I expect less as it would have become full house with the former one itself.

Spirits are high and fervor is on rise as we have a pairing that everyone wanted Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye. To make the roller coaster exciting we have Jung Yong Hwa.
Now it's for us to see how well Kim Eun-Sook the writer of Secret Garden and Gentleman's Dignity makes this ride a fun.

director Kang Shin Hyo  of Midas and Tazza fame will be leading the drama.

The drama will air later in October 2013 on SBS. Set for 20 episodes.

"The Heirs" depicts the friendships and love lives of high school students from wealthy families. It's quite some time we haven't had this high school romance of the wealthy kids, where all the settings are supposed to be screaming money. We have another Boys over flower in making.

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