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Choi Jin-ho in drama "The Heirs"

2013/08/14 | 776 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Jin-ho, who played the anchor Lee Sang-jin from the movie "The Terror Live" in conflict with Ha Jung-woo, has been cast in the new SBS drama "Those Who Want the Crown, Withstand the Weight of it - The Heirs" written by Kim Eun-sook.

Dealing with the matter of rich high school students, "Those Who Want the Crown, Withstand the Weight of it - The Heirs" has been an issue since the start with its fancy group of actor and actresses.

Choi Jin-ho who has been spotted in movies "The Thieves" and "The Terror Live", is a skilled actor who is fluent in four languages including Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese.

Choi takes on the role of Choi Dong-wook, a resort owner and strict father to Choi Yeong-do played by Kim Woo-bin. He is going to create and resolve the matters of father and son with him. This drama is Choi's first drama with Kim Eun-sook since 2003.

To be aired this coming October.

Source : www.sportsworldi.com/...

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