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"Man Who Dies to Live" Kang Ye-won and Shin Sung-rok 'positive + human vitamin' come together

2017/07/23 | 360 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Kang Ye-won and Shin Sung-rok are starring in the new MBC drama "Man Who Dies to Live" as a married couple of 7 years.

They live together out of loyalty rather than love and they are an example of many common married couples today.

Kang Ye-won plays the part of Lee Ji-yeong A, a positive human being who dreams of being a drama writer and Shin Sung-rok is Kang Ho-rim who expects a bag of money to fall from the sky.

Stills of Kang Ye-won and Shin Sung-rok show them working on their scripts before going into action.

They monitor each other and point out each others' details.

Kang Ye-won and Shin Sung-rok are called the human vitamins as they can't stop laughing on the set.

The two increase anticipation for the drama "Man Who Dies to Live" and Lee Ji-yeong A and Kang Ho-rim.

"Man Who Dies to Live" is the story of a count from the Middle East who is beyond rich who comes back to Korea to find his daughter.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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