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Lee Sang-woo in "The Horse Healer"

2012/06/27 | 3039 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Sang-woo is attempting at a historical for the first time in his acting career. He's been cast for the new MBC drama "The Horse Healer".

"The Horse Healer" is produced by Lee Byeong-hoon and written by Kim Ee-yeong, and is an oriental medical drama about the values of a generation and history.

Lee Sang-woo will take on the role of Lee Seong-ha, a handsome and intelligent man who forms a three way relationship with Baek Gwang-hyeon (Cho Seung-woo) and Kang Ji-nyeong (Lee Yo-won).

Baek Gwang-hyeon and Lee Seong-ha will create a rival route against each other as Lee is the son of the man involved with the death of Baek's father.

This is Lee Sang-woo's first historical since his debut.

Lee claimed, "I am very nervous about this drama and I am going to do my best to show you what I've got".

The chairman of his agency says, "This will be a turning point of his acting life. He is busy analyzing his character".

Meanwhile, "The Horse Healer" has a cast of Cho Seung-woo, Lee Yo-won, Kim So-eun, Yoo Sun and more and is to be aired after "Lights and Shadows".

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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