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Yoon Eun-hye, Lee Dong-gun May Team Up with CNBLUE Jung Yong-hwa

Korean TV stars Yoon Eun-hye and Lee Dong-gun have been offered roles in an upcoming KBS drama, the one CNBLUE Jung Yong-hwa is considering. http://www.tenasia.com/archives/68654
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n oh please do sign up Yong hwa,please. love to see him in the leading role, he so good
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