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"Feel Good To Die" Kim Min-jae, Jo Han-chul, and Seo Jung-yeon

2018/09/14 | 349 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Min-jae, Jo Han-chul and Seo Jung-yeon make up the supporting cast for the new KBS drama "Feel Good To Die".

"Feel Good To Die" is an office drama directed by Lee Eun-jin about Lee Roo-da (Baek Jin-hee) who tries to get Baek Jin-sang (Kang Ji-hwan) to turn over a new leaf.

Kim Min-jae takes on the role of Park Yoo-deok who works with Baek Jin-sang and Lee Roo-da. He is a realistic breadwinner who struggles with the life of working late every night, but does his best for his lovely children. This actor has been acknowledged for his various styles of acting and this time he's a businessman.

Jo Han-chul is Yoon Dong-chan, the team manager of the human resources team. He knows very well what's best for him.

Seo Jung-yeon is Ahn Seon-nyeo, a charismatic woman who is proficient with housework and works at a direct branch run by the company. She's proved her value in dramas like "Descendants of the Sun", "Defendant", and "Woman of Dignity".

"Feel Good To Die" will air after "The Ghost Detective".

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