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"Fashion King" follow-up "THE CHASER - Drama" with Son Hyun-joo, Wang Ji-hye and Kim Sang-joong

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SBS TV "Fashion King" follow-up "THE CHASER - Drama" has cast Son Hyun-joo, Wang Ji-hye and Kim Sang-joong as the main characters.

SBS told TV report, "Son Hyun-joo has been cast for a role in "THE CHASER - Drama". Kim Sang-joong will be her opposing role along with Wang Ji-hye and other roles are now being settled".

The title of this drama might change according to future decisions made and the first shoot will start in the beginning of May as soon as the casting has finished.

"THE CHASER - Drama" is about a detective father who loses his son in an accident and digs for the truth.

This drama is the work of writer Park Kyeong-soo and producer Jo Nam-gook who has worked on many projects such as "Hong Kong Express", "City of Glass - Drama" and more. "Fashion King" ends on the 22nd of May.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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