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Kim Joo-hyuk and Chun Woo-hee to star in tvN "Argon"

2017/05/31 | 696 views | Permalink | Source

According to tvN, Kim Joo-hyuk and Chun Woo-hee are starring in the new drama "Argon" which is about reporters who struggle to reveal only facts and truths in the world.

"Argon" is the title of an investigative journalist program in the drama. "Argon" is directed by Lee Yoon-jeong.

Kim Joo-hyuk takes on the role of Kim Baek-jin, team manager and reporter of Argon. He is a perfectionist and thinks honest reporting is the most important factor.

Kim Joo-hyuk claimed, "Reporting about the truth and nothing, but the truth is needed at times like this. Therefore, the character got to me and I hope to bring satisfaction to the viewers.

Chun Woo-hee plays Lee Yeon-hwa, also a reporter. She has 3 months left on her contract and is dispatched to Argon where she's trained by Kim Baek-jin and learns the value of news.

Chun Woo-hee claims the dimensional features of the characters intrigued her.

The drama comes out in September.

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