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"Chicago Typewriter" Kwak Si-yang's first take

2017/04/04 | 1127 views | Permalink | Source

Kwak Si-yang stars in the tvN drama "Chicago Typewriter" as 'Salieri of Literature' Baek Tae-min.

Along with popular writer Han Se-joo (Yoo Ah-in), Baek Tae-min rivals in terms of talent, appearance and popularity. At the same time, he envies Han Se-joo's natural talents. He is like Salieri who envies Mozart in "Amadeus".

Kwak Si-yang is wearing a cream-colored half-coat while holding a book. He looks calm and elegant but mysterious at the same time.

Kwak So-yang will be competing with Yoo Ah-in and Im Soo-jung in "Chicago Typewriter". About the drama, the actor said, "The story is interesting and unique while the characters are lively".

Meanwhile, "Chicago Typewriter" is based in the 1930s, about a genius writer who is going through a bad time, a ghost writer who writes for him and a fan that turns anti.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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