Still images for upcoming drama, "Miss Panda, Mr. Hedgehog," with Super Junior's Donghae revealed
In the midst of Super Junior's busy promotion schedule, member Donghae will soon be able to showcase his acting skills in an upcoming drama on Channel A, "Miss Panda, Mr. Hedgehog."
After revealing an official trailer, the drama's promoter, YTree media, recently revealed an images of Donghae as a professional patissier, Go Seungji.
In the images, Donghae concentrates on creating pastries and cakes while wearing a white chef uniform. In order to prepare for his role, it was reported that Donghae even took professional baking lessons from a professional patissier in order to better understand his character.
A representative commented, "Even though he is very tired from busy schedules, he will work hard to perfect his role. After taking the classes, he is able to use baking tools with the proper technique. Please look forward to his great acting!"
"Miss Panda, Mr. Hedgehog" tells of the relationship between Go Seungji, Donghae's character, and Ms. Panda, a cake shop owner who will be played by Yoon Seungah. The drama is set to air on Channel A on August 18.
Source: TV Daily
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