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Jung Eun-chae to Star in "The King: Forever Sovereign"

2019/06/20 Source

Actress Jung Eun-chae is starring in Kim Eun-sook's "The King: Forever Sovereign".

"The King: Forever Sovereign" is a fantasy romance drama in which a deity has unleashed a demon unto the world of humans, and that demon has opened the door to a parallel world.

Jung Eun-chae takes on the role of the youngest prime minister in Korea who runs herself for success and targets Lee Min-ho (Emperor Lee Gon) to form tension between him and Kim Go-eun (Jeong Tae-eul).

Jung Eun-chae said, "It's an honor to be in Kim Eun-sook's work and I am going to do my best, as many people are looking forward to the drama".

Meanwhile, "The King: Forever Sovereign" aims for a release in 2020 and it's being helmed by PD Baek Sang-hoon from "Descendants of the Sun".


"The King: Forever Sovereign" is directed by Baek Sang-hoon, written by Kim Eun-sook, and features Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun, Woo Do-hwan. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/First half~Upcoming, on .

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