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Kim Kyung-nam-II Joins "The King: Forever Sovereign"

2019/06/17 | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Kyung-nam-II has joined writer Kim Eun-sook's latest, "The King: Forever Sovereign".

JR ENT announced on the 17th that Kim Kyung-nam-II is starring in "The King: Forever Sovereign" as Kang Shin-jae, a homicide detective.

"The King: Forever Sovereign" is a fantasy romance drama in which a deity has unleashed a demon unto the world of humans, and that demon has opened the door to a parallel world.

The drama begins filming later this year and aims for a broadcast in early 2020.

Kim Kyung-nam-II's character of Kang Shin-jae is one who becomes a detective because of a nightmare he has. Jeong Tae-eul (Kim Go-eun), who has a close relationship with Kang Shin-jae, is someone he wants to dream about everyday.


"The King: Forever Sovereign" is directed by Baek Sang-hoon, written by Kim Eun-sook, and features Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun, Woo Do-hwan. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/First half~Upcoming, on .

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