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Lee Jong-hyuk substitute for Kim Seung-woo in KBS "Detectives in Trouble"

2011/02/06 | 1952 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Jong-hyuk has been cast instead of Kim Seung-woo who stepped down for the new KBS 2TV drama "Detectives in Trouble" coming this March.

According to the productions for "Detectives in Trouble", Lee Jong-hyuk will be playing the charismatic chief detective Jeong Il-do.

Lee Jong-hyuk said, "I will do my best to work best with the staff and other actors. I joined in a little late on this project but I will put in my all in analyzing the project and such to create a good piece".

Kim Seung-woo was supposed to play the role of Jeong Il-do but had to step down for personal reasons.

Song Il-gook and others have started the shoot for "Detectives in Trouble" and the Jeong Il-do parts are expected to be from the 8th.

Meanwhile, 16 episodes series "Detectives in Trouble" is a mystery investigative drama about the Seoul Gangnam Police Detective Squad. It is expected to first show this coming March 7th. The cast features Song Il-gook, Lee Jong-hyuk, Song Ji-hyo, Sun-Woo Sun and more.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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