'Miss Panda and Hedgehog' Choi Jin Hyuk - Song In Hwa, Eye Candy Siblings
By Staff Writer | September 22, 2012 02:15 AM EDT
"Miss Panda and Hedgehog" Choi Jin Hyuk and Song In Hwa are drawing attention as the attractive siblings.
On the new Channel A drama 'Panda Girl and the Hedgehog,' Choi Won Il (Choi Jin Hyuk) and little sister Choi Won Ee (Song In Hwa) are breathing new life into the story.
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Choi Jin Hyuk plays the ideal man who is good at everything except for love and Song In Hwa plays the little sister who coaches him on girls and romance in order to earn a little pocket money from him.
Choi Jin Hyuk is over 186cm in height and is known to be incredibly good looking. Song In Hwa has a rocking body at 170cm but can also be boyish and cute at the same time.
A drama insider said, "The two of them have amazing teamwork and it shows in the drama as they portray siblings who are incredibly close. Song In Hwa doesn't seem like a new actor at all and has an incredible ability to make the people around her feel comfortable."
On the other hand, Go Seung Ji (Lee Dong Hae) and Pan Da Yang (Yoon Seung Ah) have finally kissed and started their romance but viewers are wondering if Go Seung Ji will be able to keep both his friendships, love and work.
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