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Lee Tae-hwan cast in "Thumping Spike"

2015/08/31 | 2439 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Tae-hwan from the actor group Surprise is leading the Korean-Chinese web-drama "Thumping Spike".

He plays Baek Woo-jin, the captain of a volleyball team which always comes last. He is full of passion for volleyball and has an outstanding brain for a volleyball team setter.

Lee Tae-hwan, who played a crazy high school teen named Oh Tae-suk in the drama "The King of High School Manners" and Kang Soo in "Pride and Prejudice", is a skilled volleyball team captain who is also outstanding in various fields.

Rising Hallyu star who also starred in a Chinese drama recently is expected to earn reputation through the drama "Thumping Spike".

Meanwhile, "Thumping Spike" is a sports romantic comedy about Woo-jin and a female volleyball team goddess Sera (Hwang Seung-eon) as well as a member of the men's volleyball team Jae-woong (Song Jae-rim).

"Thumping Strike" will be released in Korea and China.

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