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[Lily's Take] Park Min-young to Star in Netflix Original Detective Variety Show, "Busted!"

2018/05/01 Source

On May 4th, a Netflix Original Korean Detective Variety Show "Busted!" will greet the viewers all around the world.

"Busted!" will consist total of 10 episodes and 7 of the brightest Korean stars. Starting with the top actress Park Min-young, the cast includes: Korea's favorite MC and a comedian, Yoo Jae-suk; former teenage heartthrob and a talented actor Ahn Jae-wook; naive, lovable Kim Jong-min who is most famous from his longtime appearance in the popular variety show "1 Night 2 Days"; so-called the Prince of Asia, actor Lee Kwang-soo, popular K-pop group, EXO's member, Sehun; and last but not least, Korea's sweetheart, Kim Sejeong.

These 7 brilliant stars will become a squad of detectives, solving mysteries with 56 guests over the season. "Busted!" being a Netflix original show, it will be accessible in 190 countries, to over 100 million users.

By. Lily Lee

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