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"Jungle Fish" accuses realities of entrance exams

2008/04/24 | 1139 views | Permalink | Source

KBS will be airing the special reality youth drama "Jungle Fish" for 'family month'.

A Jungle Fish is a fish that lived in the African beach but was dropped into the jungle by a whirlwind. It hints at the situation of present-day youth who suffer from entrance exams to return to the beach (the future).

The drama will reenact last year's scandal of leaked test forms for Gimpo Foreign Language High School's and this year's scandal of leaked problems for the national scholastic assessment test.

The form of the drama is solving the scandal with a personal blog. It will also be like a documentary, using real clips from news and internet videos, and street interviews.

Park Bo-young, who was the younger version of Ku Hye-sun in SBS "King and I" and Min-ji of the movie "Forever the Moment" will star. Hwang Chan-sung from MBC sitcom "High Kick!" and singer Kim C will also join.

It will air early May.

Source : news.empas.com/show.t...

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