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On-set photos revealed from upcoming medical drama "Sign"

2010/12/22 | 701 views |  | Permalink | Source

Korean actor Park Shin-yang (left) and Kim Ah-joong (right) on the set of SBS' medical drama "Sign" [GoldenThumb Pictures & Entertainment and Apollo Pictures]

Several photos from upcoming SBS medical series "Sign", starring Park Shin-yang and Kim Ah-joong, have been revealed, according to producers GoldenThumb Pictures & Entertainment and Apollo Pictures on Wednesday.

The producers released several pictures from the set of "Sign" featuring main character Yoon Ji-hoon (played by Park) performing an autopsy alongside Go Da-kyung (played by Kim).

"I was thinking how it was important not to lose focus and stray away from the tension as well as the character for the scene", Park was quoted as saying, adding that experts have helped him in order to make the scenes seem real as possible.

"Sign", helmed by famed producer Jang Hang-joon from movies "Break Out" and "Attack the Gas Station 2", is Korea's first medical drama on forensic scientists at a national institute for scientific institution.

Yoon and Go try to figure out who the killer is to crimes through hidden signs that are revealed with the autopsies.

The medical drama will begin its run on January 5 after current TV series "Daemul - Big Thing", starring Ko Hyeon-jeong and kwon Sang-woo ends its run.

On the set of new SBS drama "Sign" [GoldenThumb Pictures & Entertainment and Apollo Pictures]

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