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Seo Kang-joon of ‘Are You Human?’ soon to show off ‘Third Charm’

By: - Mobile Sub-editor
04:29 PM July 08, 2018

Seo Kang-joon. Image: Viu

Current lead of ongoing series “Are You Human?” Seo Kang-joon is already up for another series soon.

It was revealed in a K-Pop Herald report that he will star in the upcoming drama series “The Third Charm” (unofficial title). He confirmed his role in the rom-com series that will air on cable in September.

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With model-turned-actress Esom who recently starred in “Because This Is My First Life”, the two will play a couple who has been dating for 12 years.

The story starts with the two meeting when they are 20-year-olds and ends when they are 32. Their relationship as 27-year-olds will be depicted, too. The series hopes to depict how lovers can find each other attractive even after 12 years of dating, the production team said.

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Seo gained fame through the hit tvN series “Cheese in the Trap”. JB

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