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Kim Rae-won and Soo Ae in drama "A Thousand Days Promise"

2011/07/19 | 4089 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Rae-won is the leading male character in SBS TV "A Thousand Days' Promise" (previously known as "Forget Me Not") written by Kim Su-hyun and will be returning to home screens in 3 years.

Soo Ae had already been cast for the lead female role for this drama that is to be released on the 26th of September. "A Thousand Days' Promise" is about Seo-yeon (Soo Ae) who is losing her memory and Ji-hyeong who takes responsibility of his love for her.

Kim Rae-won is serving as a public service soldier after his last drama "Gourmet" in 2008 and he will start shooting the drama in August after he is discharged.

Meanwhile, through his management Kim Rae-won said, "I have read lots of movie and drama scripts. As I am returning in 3 years, I had many choices and that much pressure. I don't regret choosing "A Thousand Days' Promise". I am anticipating the first shoot already. I will show you what a man's love is".

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