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Infinite’s Hoya Becomes a Doctor for ‘Reply 1997’

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2012.08.31 16:21 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

As if being smart, talented, and good-looking weren’t enough, Infinite’s Hoya apparently goes onto become a doctor.

Recently released photo stills of the upcoming episode for tvN’s hit drama Reply 1997 showed Hoya in the role of Joon Hee, wearing a clean white doctor’s gown with his blue scrubs underneath.

Infinite’s Hoya Becomes a Doctor for ‘Reply 1997’

In the drama, Joon Hee was revealed to be a doctor in 2012 after enrolling into Seoul National University College of Medicine with top grades, but this is the first time Dr. Joon Hee will be revealed on the screen, exciting many fans.

Whenever the filming paused, Hoya, despite his serious acting, would turn to the camera and make playful gestures. Also on set, Seo In Guk, borrowed the white coat with Joon Hee’s name boldly showing.

After lingering in the 1990s for the first 12 episodes, Reply 1997 finally transitioned into 2012, where Si Won (A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji) coincidentally meets her childhood friend, Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk), who was decked out in a professional business suit, after many years of no communication.

Infinite’s Hoya Becomes a Doctor for ‘Reply 1997’

Based on the life of a H.O.T fan living in Busan in 1997, Reply 1997 told the sweet story of friendship, family, and first loves, while allowing its viewers to reminisce on their past with throwbacks being added in each episode.

Reply 1997 has been steadily rising in ratings, earning a high percentage of 3.46 for its latest episode on August 28. The drama airs every Tuesday on tvN.

Photo Credit: tvN

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