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Kim Ji-won joins "The Heirs"

2013/07/14 | 1696 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Ji-won has joined "The Heirs".

Kim Ji-won stars in the upcoming SBS drama "Those Who Want the Crown, Withstand the Weight of it - The Heirs" and has joined the leading actress role along with Park Shin-hye and Krystal.

The outline of the drama is almost complete with Kim Ji-won's boarding and the production is confident there is no overstatement in saying the best actors and actresses have come together at last.

Kim Ji-won appeared in a commercial in 2010 and was known as the 'OranC Girl'. She then starred in the sitcom "High Kick 3, The Short Legs Counterattack" and movie "Horror Stories 2". She's reuniting with Krystal from "High Kick 3, The Short Legs Counterattack" once again as well.

"Those Who Want the Crown, Withstand the Weight of it - The Heirs" is a trendy drama about the friendship and love between rich high school students. The cast includes, Lee Min-ho, Park Shin-hye, Krystal, Kim Woo-bin, Choi Jin-hyuk, Park Hyung-sik and more.

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