A handsome Kpop star and a cute reporter in the first stills of “So I Married An Anti-fan”

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We have a handsome Kpop avatar of Choi Tae-Joon and a cute magazine reporter portrayed by Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung in the first stills of the upcoming rom-com “So I Married An Anti-fan”

Choi Tae-Joon will play the role of a famous yet arrogant actor/singer Hoo-Joon.

Choi Tae JoonChoi Tae Joon in So I married an anti-fan

Sooyoung will play the role of a magazine reporter who lost her job due to Hoo-Joon.

Sooyoung in So I married an anti-fanSooyoung

The story of “So I Married An Anti-fan” will revolve around the romance between a famous yet arrogant actor/singer Hoo-Joon played by Choi Tae-Joon and a magazine reporter Geun-Young played by Sooyoung. One day Geun-Young loses her job due to Hoo-Joon. This causes her to become an anti-fan. Then they both somehow end up in a variety show which features a celebrity and his/her anti-fan living together.

The drama will be directed by Kang Cheol-Woo and the drama is expected to release in early 2019.

Image source (soompi)

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13 comments on “A handsome Kpop star and a cute reporter in the first stills of “So I Married An Anti-fan””

  1. I was not sure how how and which kdramas yo watch in 2018 but now I am thinking that I will start any drama that interest me. I can always watch it until I like it and drop it if that’s not good. Although starting too many dramas at same time makes me go deeper in drama slump I am sure there will be way out. Let’s watch & regret rather than not watching anything at all. 😁

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    1. Ohh! for me its opposite, If I start a drama I have to finish it, even if its not good. I’m little psych about it. However, I skip the boring parts and then continue. And yes I don’t want to see too many current dramas at all. I just pick two and then when they are finished then I’ll pick another. And one drama is always for binge watch. There is a different kind of fun in that. So I’m always watching 3 dramas at a time and try my best not to make it 4 😁

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      1. That’s sound good too. I keep adapting my drama watching schedule mostly as per my moods. I tend to skip parts mostly after 10+ episodes if I watch it without skipping (My mister & Prison Playbook) it has to be the best drama ever. When I start too many airing dramas I easily get bored so I keep some of them to binge but later on, I just don’t have any motivation to start them mostly because of all the reviews and stuff I read (for example, The smile has left your eyes, Beauty Inside). 😀

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