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Yoon Shi Yoon and Park Shin Hye Get Together for ′My Flower Boy Neighbor′

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2012.11.27 18:00 CJ E&M enewsWorld Lee, JinHo Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Yoon Shi Yoon and Park Shin Hye, the flower boy and flower girl of tvN′s My Flower Boy Neighbor (Flower Boys Next Door), got together for a script reading for the drama.

On November 27, My Flower Boy Neighbor released photos from the script reading featuring Yoon Shi Yoon, Park Shin Hye, Kim Ji Hoon, Park Soo Jin, Ko Kyung Pyo and Kim Yoon Hye.

Yoon Shi Yoon and Park Shin Hye Get Together for ′My Flower Boy Neighbor′

In the photos, Yoon Shi Yoon, Park Shin Hye and Kim Ji Hoon are shown completely engrossed in their scripts.

The drama is Yoon Shi Yoon′s first drama in a year following his appearance in MBC′s Me Too, Flower! and is Kim Ji Hoon′s first drama after his release from the army.

Even at the script reading session, Yoon Shi Yoon and Kim Ji Hoon acted just like their characters, pretending they were really rivals trying to win the hand of Park Shin Hye. The air was warm and everyone had a smile on his/her face.

Yoon Shi Yoon and Park Shin Hye Get Together for ′My Flower Boy Neighbor′

Producer Jo Moon Joo of CJ E&M said, "Because the director, scriptwriters and actors looked into each character a lot through a great amount of communication, the first script reading took place with ease. The actors are very attached to their characters, and we believe their nice teamwork will help them put together a great piece."

My Flower Boy Neighbor is based on a webtoon titled I Watch Him Every Day, and is a romantic comedy. It is expected to bring on yet another flower boy wave with its first episode to air on January 7.

Photo credit: CJ E&M

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