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Kang Ji-hwan and Hwang Jung-eum in SBS "Incarnation of Money"

2013/01/06 | 2214 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kang Ji-hwan and actress Hwang Jung-eum are starring in the upcoming SBS drama "Incarnation of Money".

Kang Ji-hwan takes on the role of Lee Cha-don who rises to the seat of a special branch prosecutor with the money of a loan shark. Hwang Jung-eum takes on the role of Bok Jane, the daughter of the loan shark who raises Lee Cha-don.

"Incarnation of Money" which is going to be aired after "Cheongdam-dong Alice", is about the lobbying and corruption of the Korean society through Lee Cha-don who loses everything because of money.

The third character between this love triangle will be played by Lee Tae-im as the female prosecutor Jin Hyun-bin.

"Incarnation of Money" is written by Jang Yeong-cheol and Jeong Kyeong-soon-I and produced by Yoo In-sik.

Meanwhile, Kang Ji-hwan is currently in a legal fight with his agency including a 360 million won compensation and an appeal to stop all of his activities.

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