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[ChanMi's drama news] Uhm Tae-woong - Rie Young-zin couple in new drama, "Matjjang"

2008/09/30 | 1093 views | Permalink | Source

Star couple Uhm Tae-woong and Rie Young-zin are costarring in a new drama. The new production is a drama in the cable channel tvN and consists of 8 episodes.

This drama will be a real action rama in which a regular salary man Kang Keon (Yoo Geun) experiences a fight spontaneously and ends up being a professional fighter.

Uhm Tae-woong will be Kang Keon's father who died fighting at the ring. Eom will be battling Dennis Kang.

Rie Young-zin stars are Kang Keon's girlfriend So-hee and helps bring romance into this drama.

So the star couple in this drama will be a father in law and daughter in law! How awkward! Fortunately there is no scene of them together.

This is will be a true action drama as well as a clean one depicting the innocent and passionate life of the character.

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/Se...

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