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Kim Gyoo-cheol and Ko In-beom join MBC "May Queen"

2012/06/28 | 283 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Kim Gyoo-cheol and Ko In-beom, two very talented supporting actors, are starring in the new MBC weekend drama "May Queen".

May Queen Cultural Industries claimed on the 29th, "Kim Gyoo-cheol and Ko In-beom have joined the drama. They hold important keys to the drama so their characters are vital".

Kim Gyoo-cheol takes on the role of Ki-cheol who knows the secret of Hae-joo's (Kim Yoo-jeong) birth and obeys authority but does not care about means and ways for the success of his son Chang-hee (Park Geon-tae).

Ko In-beom is Dae-pyeong the chairman of a group who conflicts with Kim Gyoo-cheol and grandfather to Kang-san (Park Ji-bin). He is going to compete with Do-hyeon (Lee Duk-hwa) for the business rights to Ulsan and is a bad tempered character with insight.

Meanwhile, "May Queen" is about the sufferings and success of a woman in her weak surrounding but succeeding as an oceans specialist based in Ulsan.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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