The world-weary Poong-sang of "Liver or Die" brings quite the entourage with him. The upcoming KBS 2TV drama, which is premiering in January, has revealed its lovely cast ensemble in recent stills from its October 31st script reading.
Attending the event were Chief Producer Lee Geon-joon, PDs Jin Hyeong-wook and Lee Hyun-suk and writer Moon Yeong-nam. Also present were actors Yu Jun-sang, Lee Si-young, Oh Ji-ho, Jeon Hye-bin, Lee Chang-yeop, Shin Dong-mi, Park In-hwan, Lee Bo-hee, Choi Dae-chul, Song Jong-ho, Choi Sung-jae, Ki Eun-se, Kim Ji-young-III, Kim Ki-ri, and more.
Shin Dong-mi plays Kan Boon-sil, Poong-sang's (Yu Jun-sang) wife, while Park In-hwan plays his father-in-law, Kan Bo-goo, and Kim Ji-young-III plays his daughter, Lee Joong-yi. Lee Bo-hee will be No Yang-sim, Poong-sang's bad mother, and Choi Dae-chul plays Jeon Chil-bok, an old friend of Jin-sang (Oh Ji-ho).
Family drama is a genre I mostly stay away from, but it's always nice to see a cast that instantly puts your mind at ease about how this story will be handled. "Liver or Die" is in great hands on the acting front, and we should start getting more promotional goodies on it moving forward.
Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'
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