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"Corrupt Prosecutor" Song Young-kyu joins "Ooh La La Couple"

2012/08/26 | Permalink | Source

Actor Song Young-kyu has been cast for the new KBS 2TV "Ooh La La Couple".

Song takes on the role of Kang Jin-goo, manager of the hotel and rival to Nam Il-seok (Shin Hyun-joon). Kang Jin-gu disturbs the life of Nam Il-seok and Ahn Soon-ae (Kim Jung-eun) whose souls have changed and adds tension but is a character no one can hate. Director Lee Jung-sub cast this actor for this role as he was impressed of his performance in the SBS "THE CHASER - Drama".

Song said, "I was able to meet "Ooh La La Couple" thanks to the support everyone gave "THE CHASER - Drama". I will try my best to create an unhate-able comical character".

"Ooh La La Couple" is a collaboration between director Lee Jung-sub from "Bread, Love and Dreams" and writer Choi Soon-sik from "Come Back, Soon Ae". Being the first production by Contents K, a company created by Bae Yong-joon' Key East Entertainment, it is to be aired in October after "Haeundae Lovers".

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