Super Junior Donghae Shows Perfect Acting with Park Geunhyung
By Staff Writer | August 04, 2012 07:34 AM EDT
On Channel A new weekend series drama "Miss Panda and Hedgehog," Donghae is playing a role of grand son who adores his grandpa and a owner of a bakery Park byungmoo (Park Geunhyung).
Donghae in the act is a lovable grandson who even says 'I love you' without any hesitation to a grand pa Byungmoo, who's grumpy and very sensitive.
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In the real set, there's a saying that Donghae is very enthusiastic in learning how to act from the veteran actor Park Geunhyung, who is now over seventy years old, even when the shoot is not part of his scene.
The staff of the drama said that "Despite the age and acting career difference, Park Geunhyng is giving best possible advice to Donghae, since Donghae is working hard to become a good actor. Also, their talent shine more with their involvement into their character is outstanding."
On the other hand, the love baking drama of a grumpy genius patisseir Go Seungji and the owner of downhill bakery Panda (Yun Seungah) 'Panda and Hedgedog' will be aired on coming 18th.
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