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Dong Ha and Kim Seon-ho-I as villains

2017/08/23 | 1618 views | Permalink | Source

Dong Ah and Kim Seon-ho-I, two rookie actors from the KBS 2TV drama "Chief Kim", are turning into villains. Dong Ha took on the role of a serial killer in the drama "Suspicious Partner" and Kim Seon-ho-I plays Oh Jin-gyu, a third generation chaebol in the KBS drama "Strongest Deliveryman".

The two were the "Dumb and Dumber: of "Chief Kim". Dong Ha joined Kim Seon-ho-I's accounting team and created an epic rivalry. Coincidentally, these two ended up as villains in their next dramas.

Currently, Kim Seon-ho-I's role in "Strongest Deliveryman" is as a pain in the neck that stands in the way of Go Kyung-pyo and Chae Soo-bin. He is a loser in the beginning, but later transforms into a cute chaebol.

Kim Seon-ho-I's villainous role is not the typical villain that wields evil as his weapon. Kim Seon-woo will depict the ignorance of justice and the righteous, love and friendship.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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