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Ahn Se-ha in "Selection: The War Between Women"

2019/12/03 | Permalink | Source

Actor Ahn Se-ha is starring in the drama "Selection: The War Between Women".

He is expected to play the role of Eunuch Hwang in the upcoming TV Chosun drama.

Eunuch Hwang is the Joseon King Yi Gyeong's (Kim Min-kyu) closest advisor who has been by his side since he was very little.

"Selection: The War Between Women" is a fantasy sageuk made up of 16 episodes. The story focuses on a war which only has space for a queen and no minister or loyalty. A woman tries to become queen to find the killer of her twin sister and a king sees her in his precognitive dreams in this survival drama directed by Kim Jung-min-XII.

Ahn Se-ha has been busy with films and dramas "The Swindlers", "Boy and Girl From the 20th Century", "Voice Season 2", "Spring Turns to Spring" and "Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency".

Meanwhile, "Selection: The War Between Women" starring Jin Se-yeon, Kim Min-kyu and Lee Si-eon begins on the 14th of December at 10PM.

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"Selection: The War Between Women" is directed by Kim Jung-min-XII, written by Choi Soo-mi, and features Jin Se-yeon, Kim Min-kyu, Lee Yeol-eum, Do Sang-woo, Lee Si-eon, Kim Bum-jin. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/12/15~Upcoming, Sat, Sun 21:30 on TV Chosun.

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