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LOOK: Korean actor Park Hae-jin spotted in Intramuros

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/ 11:13 AM May 16, 2019
LOOK: Korean actor Park Hae-jin spotted in Intramuros

Photo from Mountain Movement Instagram account.

MANILA, Philippines — It seems like Manila will be featured in Korean actor Park Hae-jin’s upcoming drama.

The actor was spotted filming at the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros, as seen in a lucky fan’s Twitter post on Wednesday.

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“Nakita ko si Park Hae Jin in person kanina sa Manila Cathedral,” the fan captioned the photos.

Park’s agency Mountain Movement also shared on Instagram photos of the actor filming near a mall in Pasay City via its Instagram account.

“How are you? I’m enjoying Philippines while filming. Thanks to the kind Filipinos,” the caption read.

Park is reportedly filming his upcoming drama tentatively titled “Secret” in the country. Actress Jo Bo-ah will star in the project alongside Park.

The drama is set to air on the second half of 2019.

Best known for his role as Yoo-jung in Korean series “Cheese In The Trap,” Park is also known for his dramas like “Man to Man,” “My Love From the Star,” “Doctor Stranger,” among others.  (Editor: Jonathan P. Vicente)

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