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Park, Jo picked for follow-up drama


Actress Park Bo-young and actor Jo Jung-suk have been selected as the main characters for the new tvN drama “Oh My Ghost” (working title), which will air as a follow-up to “Ex-Girlfriend Club” in July.

The new drama portrays the love story between a star chef, played by Jo, and his assistant, played by Park. The actress takes on a character who has no friends because of her timid personality. She is also often in trouble at work for making frequent mistakes.

Under the influence of her grandmother, a shaman, she often sees ghosts and is one day possessed by a spirit who completely changes her timid personality.

Star chef Jo is portrayed as handsome and talented. Although he is always surrounded by many women, deep in his heart he can’t forget his first love - until he starts noticing Park after she becomes possessed.

The 25-year-old actress made her debut with the drama “Secret Campus” in 2006. She has taken the lead in various movies, including “Werewolf Boy” (2012) and “Hot Young Bloods” (2014).

Park is slated to participate in the upcoming film “Mutant” (working title), which is scheduled to be released this year.

The 34-year-old Jo made his debut as a musical actor in “The Nutcracker” in 2004. He first appeared on the silver screen with the film “Architecture 101” (2012), instantly gaining attention for his comedic acting. Jo has since been actively appearing in drama series and movies, including “My Love, My Bride” (2014). By Jin Min-ji
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