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KBS 'School' series to come back: Who will be next Lee Jong-suk or Kim Woo-bin

2015/03/03 | 2256 views | Permalink | Source

KBS' "School" series returns with its 2015 version.

On March 3rd, an official from KBS drama department told TV Daily that "Who Are You - School 2015" had been confirmed as a drama to follow after the completion of "Blood".

KBS 2TV's new Monday & Tuesday drama, 'Who Are You - School 2015' was also known as "School 2015" and the title has been decided as "Who Are You - School 2015" now.

Writer Kim Hyeon-jeong-II of ' Drama Special - Their Perfect Day' and 'Drama Special - Grade A Student' and writer Kim Min-jeong-II, winner of 2015 KBS screenplay open contests, will be in charge of the screenplay.

Producer Baek Sang-hoon of "Secrets" will direct the production.

"Who Are You - School 2015" is scheduled to start airing on April 27th after the completion of "Blood". Its competitor dramas will be SBS' ' Heard It Through the Grapevine ' and MBC's "Splendid Politics".

KBS' "School" series have discovered the A-list young actors including Jang Hyuk, Choi Kang-hee, Ha Ji-won, Jo In-sung, Yang Dong-geun, Lee Jong-suk, and Kim Woo-bin through the dramas.

The 2015 version of "School" series is also expected to discover new stars who will emerge through the drama.

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