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Kim Sang-ho cast for "Sword and Flower"

2013/05/30 | 505 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Sang-ho has been cast for the new KBS 2TV drama "Sword and Flower".

He takes on the role of So Sa-bun, the head of a secret group that opposes Yeon Gae So-mun (Choi Min-soo). So Sa-bun revives the secret group and plots to revenge against Yeon Gae So-mun to whom the authority has gone over to.

Kim Sang-ho's acting has been acknowledged by many and he's won the Best Supporting Act for his performance as Bang Jeong-bae in the KBS 2TV weekend drama "My Husband Got a Family".

Kim Sang-ho is currently taking on the role of Baek Do-sik in the OCN TV show "Special Affairs Team TEN Season 2".

Meanwhile, "Sword and Flower" is a mellow drama about a man and a woman who fall in love despite their misfortunes. Yeon Gae So-mun's daughter Moo-yeong (Kim Ok-bin) falls in love with Yeon-chung (Uhm Tae-woong) who killed her father. To be aired on the 3rd of July.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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