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Lee Joon-gi appearing in China's 'National drama'

2008/01/24 | 280 views | Permalink | Source

Actor, Lee Joon-gi (27) will be appearing in Chinese TV drama.

China's popular drama scriptwriter, Haiwan cast Lee Joon-gi in his remake of a drama"Romance Story", which recorded an amazing viewing rate in 1997 and is considered as China's 'National drama'.

Haiwan said, "I was deeply impressed by Lee Joon-gi's performance in "The King and the Clown". I'm confident that he will be perfect for my upcoming drama".

Other casts include Taiwanese actor Teddy Wang Xian Leng and Chinese actress Lu En-hwa.

The Chinese media reported that Lee Joon-gi have gathered a great number of fans in China from his impressive performance in "The King and the Clown". Also his latest drama "Time Between Dog and Wolf - Drama" have became increasing popular in China.

Lee Joon-gi signed a contract with a large entertainment agency in Hong Kong and had been making attempts to make his debut in China.

Source : news.naver.com/hotiss...

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