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Jung Il Woo and Antennae

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2011.12.13 10:03 Mwave Lee, InKyung

Should Jung Il Woo be touching his own hair? Maybe, maybe not. Jung was recently caught making up his hair for the tvN drama Cool Guys, Hot Ramen.

The ‘style’ was meant to make a mess of his hair on purpose for a scene in which Cha Chi Soo (Jung Il Woo) falls asleep next to Yang Eun Bi (Lee Chung Ah) after taking care of her when she collapses of fatigue…and this is where the antennae come in.

In a photo released on December 13 by the producers, Jung was shown putting the finishing touches on his ‘antennae hair’ while looking into a mirror.

Jung Il Woo and Antennae

On the day the photo was taken, Jung surprised the staff by turning his own hair into, for lack of a better phrase, a hot mess, with the help of his hair stylist.

Viewers are also showing their surprise at how much Jung is attached to his character, as he is known for decorating Chi Soo’s room with his own perfume and preparing his own clothes.

And now, he′s doing his own hair...even if it′s not looking so good. Although, we′ll admit, it′s pretty hard to make Jung Il Woo look bad.

Netizens are saying Jung is being thoroughly cute, leaving comments such as ‘Are those antennae? That’s so cute~’, ‘So “Cha~” does his own hair! He’s so talented!’ ‘Everyone look at Jung Il Woo’s mirror!! So cute’ and ‘He’s such a fashionista! He does his hair himself? Awesome~’

In the midst of the antennae and weird hairdos, viewers are looking forward to how the love story between Cha Chi Soo, Yang Eun Bi and Choi Kang Hyuk (Lee Ki Woo) will unfold.

The live moving version of Jung’s antennae hair will be air on the December 13 broadcast of Cool Guys, Hot Ramen. We know you girls can′t wait to see it in action.

Photo credit: Fantagio

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