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Ji Chang Wook might work with Kim Ji Won in an upcoming drama

They will star in a new short-form drama ‘City Couple’s Way of Love’ that consists of 12 episodes with a duration of 25 minutes per episode.

Actor Ji Chang Wook and actress Kim Ji Won might work together on KakaoTV’s upcoming drama ‘City Couple’s Way of Love‘.

Media outlet Daily Sports News reports that the two will be part of the upcoming drama. In response to the report, Kim Ji Won’s agency SALT Entertainment says:

Kim Ji Won’s potential appearance in the new drama ‘City Couple’s Way of Love’ is positively being discussed.

Ji Chang Wook’s agency Glorious Entertainment also responds:

He received the offer and is reviewing it.”

City Couple’s Way of Love is a new type of short-form drama. The drama consists of 12 episodes with a duration of 25 minutes per episode for a potential follow-up season. The drama will be directed by ‘Its Okay Not To Be Okay‘ PD Park Shin Woo.

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Ji Chang Wook currently stars in the SBS drama ‘Backstreet Rookie‘. While Kim Ji Won recently works in the Netflix drama ‘Arthdal Chronicles‘. -HallyuLife.com

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