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Oh Min-suk in Chuseok special "Ugly Cake" with Kim Jung-hwa

2012/09/17 | 1535 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Oh Min-suk has been cast for the MBC Chuseok special "Ugly Cake".

Oh Min-suk takes on the role of Tae-soo, the brother of a girl who is a school violence victim. He embraces his younger sister with love and protects her with all his might.

Oh Min-suk says, "The youths of our society these days are becoming a social problem and I think there has to be a solution for all this. I hope this drama looks back on this seriousmatter".

"Ugly Cake" deals with bullying and school violence unlike the usual Chuseok special, family stories. Kim Jung-hwa has also been cast for this drama which will be aired on the 3rd and 4th of October.

Meanwhile, Oh Min-suk has completed making "She's Calling" with Yoon Jin-seo and is waiting for its release date at the end of the year.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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