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Vincenzo review: Song Joong Ki takes a backseat in a very lukewarm series

Yahoo Lifestyle SEA reviews Song's latest drama at its mid-series point and looks at what has worked, and what hasn't.

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The series also recently received some flak for including product placements for a Chinese bibimbap brand, rousing anger from South Korean netizens.

Yahoo Lifestyle SEA reviews Song's latest drama at its mid-series point and looks at what has worked, and what hasn't.

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