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Kim Sung-min to come back for the first time in 2 years

2012/09/12 | 1015 views | Permalink | Source

To s tar in the JTBC drama "Can We Get Married??"

Actor Kim Sung-min who has been on the low for the past few years for accusations of being involved with drugs, is coming back. He is going to s tar in the upcoming JTBC drama "Can We Get Married??" along with Lee Mi-sook, Choi Hwa-jung, Jung Ae-yun, Kim Jin-soo and more.

Kim Sung-min is coming back for the first time in 2 years. He was on probation for the charges of smuggling in methamphetamine from the Philippines in 2010 and spent his time doing community work and reflecting on himself. He appeared in the musical "Sound of Music" and movie "The Weight" some time after that. He recently starred in the movie "Soundless Man" and opened a store in a great big shopping mall in Ansan.

Kim Sung-min is said to have realized his mistake and will carefully and slowly make his way back in front of the public".

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