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Ku Hye-sun and co-stars head to Broadway to shoot "The Musical"

2010/06/28 | 1042 views | Permalink | Source

(From left) Korean actors Ku Hye-sun, Choi Daniel and Ock Joo-hyun

Korean actors Ku Hye-sun, Choi Daniel and Ock Joo-hyun have left for Broadway to start shooting upcoming TV series "The Musical".

They will be filming their location shoots in Broadway of New York, which will show how the three characters first meet each other in the city.

Koo, who plays the role a medical student dreaming of becoming a musical actor, will be making her much-awaited comeback to the small screen since starring in last year's smash hit TV series "Boys over Flowers".

Choi, who rose to stardom after appearing in the popular sitcom "High Kick Through The Roof" (MBC, 2009-2010) has been cast as a genius composer while singer and actor Ock will portray a diva in the musical world named Bae Gang-hee.

"The Musical", a story about the passion and romance among the producers, songwriters and actors in a musical production, will shed light on the world of musicals.

The show will be written by noted writer Kim Hee-jae who penned the hit films "Silmido" and "Another Public Enemy".

Reporter : Ko Jae-wan star@
Editor : Lynn Kim lynn2878@
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