Drama Hearty Paws 2 Information

Hearty Paws 2
  • Drama Title: Hearty Paws 2
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Country: Korean
  • Published Date: 2010
  • Total Episodes: 1
  • Summary: 

    The movie which has recently released its trailer, is the sequel of the 2006 Korean movie ‘Heart Is’ aka ‘Hearty Paws’ starring the young Korean actor Yoo Seung Ho and the talented child Korean actress Kim Hyang Ki. ‘Heart Is’ told about two children living together with their precious dog named Maeumi (which is the literal title of the movie). It was a heartwarming story which was full of inspiring things to our children.

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Hearty Paws 2
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The movie which has recently released its trailer, is the sequel of the 2006 Korean movie ‘Heart Is’ aka ‘Hearty Paws’ starring the young Korean actor Yoo Seung Ho and the talented child Korean actress Kim Hyang Ki. ‘Heart Is’ told about two children living together with their precious dog named Maeumi (which is the literal title of the movie). It was a heartwarming story which was full of inspiring things to our children.

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