SNSD Yoona and Jang Keun Suk Receive Endless Attention as the "Love Light" Couple
By Staff Writer | July 26, 2012 06:22 PM EDT
On the 24th Jang Keun Suk and Yoona were flooded with camera flashes at the drama "Love Rain" promotion press conference in Japan. Both actors took on two roles each in the drama: Jang Keun Suk as Seo In Ha and Seo Jun, and Yoona as Kim Yoon Hee and Jung Hannah.
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Jang Keun Suk and Yoona were both seen greeting each other happily at the waiting room. The two of them carried the friendly atmosphere to the press conference, where their chemistry and playful comments brightened the mood.
Those at the press conference only elevated their expectations while seeing the two actors get along so well.
Jang Keun Suk and Yoona's "Love Rain" has already aired on one cable channel in japan, KNTV, in May. Their drama has been praised by Japanese directors as a lovely and sweet love story. Their next broadcast is in hopes to revive the hallyu drama wave in Japan yet again.
On the 25th the fifth episode will be aired through the FujiTV channel, as in BS Fuji, the first episode will air on August 6th.
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