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Kim Hyun-joong to Appear in Cameo in 'Dream High'

2010/12/09 | 2160 views | Permalink | Source

Singer and actor Kim Hyun-joong (24) will make a cameo appearance in the KBS 2TV drama "Dream High", which will air from next January.

In the drama, which Bae Yong-joon and Park Jin-young co-produced, Kim Hyun-joong will play a star actor who is coming back to the country after conducting overseas activities.

Kim filmed the scene in which he met Bae Yong-joon, who plays the chairman of the board of Kirin Art School, the best star training school, at the Incheon international airport on December 7. It was the first time that Kim Hyun-joong and Bae Yong-joon appeared in a scene together after Kim had transferred to Bae's agency, Keyeast. The production company of "Dream High" said, "Bae Yong-joon monitored Kim's acting and carefully provided advice about his acting. We had actually planned to film the scene without advance notice as we had worried that too many people might gather at the airport, but many fans were waiting at the airport from the early morning anyway and the entrance of the airport was almost blocked".

"Dream High", which will air its first episode on January 3, will portray the process of how students at Kirin Art School become world stars through constant challenges.

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