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[Lisa's Drama Casting Bites] Younger Sisters, Sassy Secretaries, and Fashion Designers Grace Dramaland

2017/12/06 | Permalink

Today is rich with casting news in dramaland. Let's take a look at the goodies:

Goodie #1 - Shin Dong-hoon is appearing in "I'm Not a Robot", the MBC drama that started today. He'll be playing Kim Myeong-hoon, a warm, father-like figure from Kim Min-gyoo's (Yoo Seung-ho's) childhood.

Goodie #2 - "Mr. Sunshine" has lined up Ji Seung-hyun who has been quite busy in the film and drama circuit. He will re-unite with Kim Eun-sook with whom he worked on blockbuster drama "Descendants of the Sun" last year. Last week news dropped that he was joining the bad boys of "Bad Guys : Vile City".

Goodie #3 - Popular Japanese drama "Rich Man, Poor Woman" is getting a Korean remake and Kim Ye-won is the newest addition to the cast line-up. She'll be playing Oh Chang-suk's younger sister.

Goodie #4 - SBS drama "Return" has added Kim Hee-jung-I to its lineup and we'll be able to see her as Go Hyun-jung's assistant in January of 2018. The character is described as a straight forward woman. I'm hoping that also means competant.

Goodie #5 - Currently airing "Nothing to Lose" welcomes Yoo Seo-jin as fashion designer Myeong Soo-jin, a defendent in a pivotal court case. Recently, her first appearance earned her netizen praises.

-Yours, Lisa

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