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Ko Chang-seok to star in "Good Doctor"

2013/07/10 | 427 views | Permalink | Source

Ko Chang-seok has been cast for the KBS 2TV drama "Good Doctor".

He takes on the role of Jo Jeong-mi, a male nurse in the pediatric department who was once a gangster when he was in high school but worked his way to the hospital he wanted to be at.

Ko Chang-seok said, "I'm coming back with "Good Doctor". I play the role of a pediatric male nurse named Jo Jeong-mi. He was once a gangster but is now a warm character who becomes the kids' best friend. I am excited to be around children and I am happy to be starring in this drama with so many amazing actors and actresses".

"Good Doctor" is a human medical drama about a youth with the Savant Syndrome and growth disabilities becoming a pediatrician. It stars Joo Won, Moon Chae-won, Joo Sang-wook and more and it will be aired at the beginning of August.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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