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Kim Jae-won in "Splendid Politics"

2015/02/01 | Permalink | Source

 Kim Jae-won is starring in "Splendid Politics".

He is coming back with MBC drama "Splendid Politics" for the first time in a year and is expected to go under transformation.

"Splendid Politics" is a drama during the Joseon times, about the passion and jealousy of people through several people in politics. This drama is directed by Kim Sang-ho and written by Kim I-yeong. Kim Jae-won plays In-jo, the sixteenth king of the Joseon times. He was born the first to Jeong Won and in the end drives out Gwang Hae (Cha Seung-won) and becomes the king. Even after becoming king, he tries to get rid of Princess Jeong Myeong (Lee Yeon-hee) for his own justice.

This role of a greedy character is brand new to Kim Jae-won who is the symbol of kind and heart-warming characters. Kim Jae-won said, "The environment and time changes but the humanity of those living the generation is alike in the past and now. I hope to reflect on myself while acting out the role of In-jo".

MBC "Splendid Politics" starring Kim Jae-won, Lee Yeon-hee, Lee Seong-min, Cha Seung-won, Seo Kang-joon and more will be broadcasted in April.

Source : sports.chosun.com/new...

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