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Kim Tae-hee, Song Seung-heon to star in new drama

2010/10/13 | 2486 views | Permalink | Source

Korean actress Kim Tae-hee (left) and actor Song Seung-heon (right) [Namoo/Storm S]

Top Korean stars Kim Tae-hee and Song Seung-heon have been cast in a new drama by the creator of popular MBC TV series "Pasta".

The show's producer Curtain Call said Wednesday that Kim and Song will star in an upcoming show tentatively titled "My Princess" by director Kwon Seok-jang.

"My Princess", a love story between a regular female college student and a conglomerate, is set to premiere on MBC early next year.

Kim will be playing the role of a college student whereas Song will take on the role of a conglomerate.

Kim rose to fame after appearing in the SBS TV series "Stairway to Heaven" in 2003 alongside Hallyu stars kwon Sang-woo and Choi Ji-woo and has since starred in several dramas and movies.

Her most notable roles were in last year's blockbuster hit drama "IRIS" opposite Lee Byung-hun.

Song is one of the most popular stars in the Asian region for his roles in smash-hit series "Autumn in my Heart", "Summer Scent" and "East of Eden".

He recently starred in "A Better Tomorrow", a Korean remake of the Hong Kong classic "A Better Tomorrow, 1986" with Joo Jin-mo, Kim Kang-woo and Jo Han-sun.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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