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[HanCinema's News] Ham Sung-min to Appear in "Voice 3"

2019/05/14 | 265 views | Permalink

On May 14th Origin Entertainment confirmed that their client Ham Sung-min would be appearing in "Voice 3". He'll be playing a young person who was hurt in his youth over the storyline that will appear in the third and fourth episodes of the drama this week.

This is Ham Sung-min's second time working with director Nam Gi-hoon. Ham Sung-min also had an episodic role in Nam Gi-hoon's "Tunnel - Drama", where he played a serial killer high school student by the name of Ho-kyung. As of yet it is unclear whether Ham Sung-min will again be playing a villain - details about his character are being kept scarce to maintain the element of surprise.

Written by William Schwartz

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"Voice 3" is directed by Nam Gi-hoon, written by Ma Jin-won, and features Lee Ha-na, Lee Jin-wook, Kwon Yool, Ahn Se-ha, Son Eun-seo, Kim Woo-suk-II. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/05/11~Now airing, Sat, Sun 22:20 on OCN.

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