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Jo Sung-ha to act as bad guy in "Splendid Politics"

2015/03/08 | 434 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Jo Sung-ha is a bad guy in the new MBC drama "Splendid Politics".

He said, "I was drawn by the undue desire of the character. He is different inside out but maintains his dignity and I look forward to it".

"The Wang Family", "Gu Family Book" and "Sungkyunkwan Scandal" actor Jo Sung-ha plays a passionate but dignified character this time.

"Splendid Politics" is based in the 17th century Joseon times and is about Princess Jeong Myeong who was born with complete power but had to hide her identity.

Jo Sung-ha plays Kang Joo-seon, a mega millionaire who exceeds the authority of the royal family and thanks to his easygoing and flexible mind, is able to gain respect and yearning from others. However, he is passionate about authority and knows how to read the trend.

"Splendid Politics" will be broadcasted in April.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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