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Lee Won-jong to Star in "Lies of Lies"

2020/02/28 Source

Actor Lee Won-jong is starring in "Lies of Lies".

"Lies of Lies" is a story of true love that begins with a woman's lies to become her own daughter's stepmother starring Lee Yu-ri, Yeon Jung-hoon, Lee Il-hwa and others.

Lee Won-jong takes on the role of Ho-ran's (Lee Il-hwa) assistant, Yoon Sang-gyoo, who was almost as good as her right-hand man, but turns around and becomes Eun-soo's (Lee Yu-ri) supporter.

Lee Won-jong previously worked with Yeon Jung-hoon in "Possessed" and Lee Yu-ri in "Hide and Seek - Drama".

Known for his carefree nature and ability to digest different characters, Lee Won-jong appeared in dramas "Possessed" and "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo" last year.

"Lies of Lies" begins in May this year.


"Lies of Lies" is directed by Kim Jeong-kwon, written by Kim Ji-eun-III, and features Lee Yu-ri, Yeon Jung-hoon, Lee Il-hwa, Lim Ju-eun, Jung Si-ah, Lee Won-jong. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/05~Upcoming, on Channel A.

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