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Kim Byung-chul and Lee Dong-hwi Consider "Cheap Cheonllima Mart"

2019/05/21 | 225 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Byung-chul and Lee Dong-hwi are considering "Cheap Cheonllima Mart".

"Cheap Cheonllima Mart" is based on Kim Gyu-sam's Naver webtoon. The original was published from 2010 to 2013 and it was even re-serialized in 2017 due to demand. In the drama, Jeong Bok-dong, who gets demoted from the Daema Group, becomes CEO of Cheonllima Mart, a money-losing large store.

The main characters in "Cheap Cheonllima Mart" are CEO Jeong Bok-dong, manager Moon Seok-goo, chief Jo Mi-ran and a kid employee named Ko Mi-joo. Jeong Bok-dong and Moon Seok-goo's clashing is the main key point of the story. Lee Dong-hwi and Kim Byung-chul are considering the drama with a positive approach.

Meanwhile, "Cheap Cheonllima Mart" is produced by Baek Seung-ryong from "Rude Miss Young-Ae", "SNL Korea", "Actor School" and "Home Cook Chef Baek".

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