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Kyung Soo-jin joins "Shark"

2013/04/11 Source

Actress Kyung Soo-jin has been cast in the KBS 2TV drama "Shark" as Son Ye-jin's teenager.

Known for her excellent performance as Lee Bo-young's younger role, Kyung Soo-jin has starred in MBC drama "Ugly Cake" and SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows" as Oh Soo's first love.

"Shark" is about a man who has to point a knife at his beloved one for the sake of revenge and a woman who hurts because of her first love. This collaboration between writer Kim Jee-woo and director Park Chan-hong is being called the third series to the "Revenge" dramas following "Revenge" and "Yawang".

Kyung Soo-jin's role of Jo Hae-woo is the only daughter of Gaya Hotel Group and she has bad ideas about marriage seeing her parents as they got married in convenience but she falls in love with the driver's son Han I-soo (Yeon Jun-suk).

The cast Son Ye-jin, Lee Honey, Ha Seok-jin, Park Won-sang, Kim Nam-gil and others had their first script reading on the 10th and the drama should be aired on the 27th of May.

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