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Dream team from "Deep-rooted Tree" get back together in "Pacheon-hwang"

2013/12/02 | 1177 views | Permalink | Source

The dream team is coming back together again.

Actors Han Suk-kyu and Jang Hyuk, writer Kim Yeong-hyeon and Park Sang-yeon are coming back together for a drama. The main weight of the 2011 drama "Deep-rooted Tree" have come back together for the first time in 3 years for the new MBC drama "Pacheon-hwang".

"Deep-rooted Tree" was a very successful drama which rated over 20%. Han Suk-kyu and Jang Hyuk were awarded the Best Actor and the Top Acting Award at the 2011 SBS Drama Awards Show. The writers Kim Yeong-hyeon and Park Sang-yeon also received the Best Script Award.

"Pacheon-hwang" they are getting back together for is also a comeback project of Han Suk-kyu's. The various 'hit-makers' are expected to create something great once again.

"Pacheon-hwang" is a Chosun political and action drama about the heroes that led the rebuilding of the Chosun Empire.

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