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"Man Who Dies to Live" Jasper Cho, Bae Hae-sun, Kim Byung-ok and Hwang Seung-eon

2017/06/01 | 699 views | Permalink | Source

The new MBC miniseries "Man Who Dies to Live" revealed its cast.

"Man Who Dies to Live" is a comedy human drama about a count who lived life like Mansur, arriving in Korea to find his daughter and going through unexpected events. The casts are Choi Min-soo, Kang Ye-won, Shin Sung-rok, Lee So-yeon, Jasper Cho, Bae Hae-sun, Kim Byung-ok, Hwang Seung-eon and more.

Jasper Cho is Abdullah, the count's assistant. He is the count's helper and entourage and plays a big part in the drama. Choi Min-soo is the count and they will create a kind of bro-mance.

The count's daughter Lee Ji-yeong will be played by Kang Ye-won and Wang Mi-ran who Lee Ji-yeong looks up to, will be played by Wang Mi-ran. Kim Byung-ok is the chief of a detective agency and his assistant is Yang Yang, by Hwang Seung-eon.

"Man Who Dies to Live" will begin in July.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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