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Kim Tae-woo Cast for "The Spy Who Loved Me"

2020/06/30 Source

Actor Kim Tae-woo confirmed a role in the new MBC miniseries "The Spy Who Loved Me".

"The Spy Who Loved Me" is a thrilling secret romantic comedy of a woman embroiled in a spy war with her two secretive husbands, and the three who can never be together will give laughter and excitement. It is helmed by PD Lee Jae-jin-II and written by Lee Ji-min.

Kim Tae-woo takes on the role of Director Ban of the Directorate of the Bureau of Industrial and Confidential Affairs of Interpol. He is a veteran of the National Police Agency's Foreign Affairs Bureau, who has a long career in detecting situations and people and has the power to penetrate one's core even when he speaks jokingly. He is expected to create warm chemistry with Jeon Ji-hoon (Eric Mun).

Kim Tae-woo recently starred in numerous dramas such as OCN's "Black", KBS's "Queen of Mystery 2", SBS's "Secret Mother", tvN's "Romance is a Bonus Book", KBS's "The Tale of Nokdu" and most recently the upcoming tvN drama "Queen Cheorin".

Meanwhile, "The Spy Who Loved Me" begins in October.


"The Spy Who Loved Me" is directed by Lee Jae-jin-II, written by Lee Ji-min, and features Eric Mun, Yoo In-na, Lim Ju-hwan, Kim Tae-woo. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/11~Upcoming, Wed, Thu 21:30 on MBC.

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