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Lee Do-kyung, Jung Han-yong, and Jung Suk-yong Join Cast of "Miracle That We Met"

2018/02/08 | 287 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Lee Do-kyung, Jung Han-yong, and Jung Suk-yong are starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Miracle That We Met".

It's a human drama about the head of a family living in the shoes of another man with the same name and age as him, and whowarms up his new surroundings in his own method.

Lee Do-kyung has a reputation for himself in theater, movies and dramas. He takes on the role of Song Hyun-chul's father and Ra Mi-ran's father-in-law, Song Mo-dong.

Jung Han-yong is Kim Myung-min's university senior and bank supervisor, Kim Haeng-jang. He thinks Kim Myung-min is his lucky son, but it can't be said if he's good or bad.

Jung Suk-yong, a friendly next-door kind of guy, takes on the role of Yook Bang-woo, the sub-manager at the bank where Kim Myung-min works. He envies Kim Myung-min who is on a roll with his life and watching the changes in his emotion will be a point to look out for in the drama.

"Miracle That We Met" airs after "Radio Romance".

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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