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Park Hyuk-kwon, the dignity of an original actor

2015/06/24 Source

Actor Park Hyuk-kwon has been cast for the new SBS drama "Six Flying Dragons".

"Six Flying Dragons" is a fiction historical about the failure and success of six characters based around blood and iron monarch Lee Bang-won of the Joseon. This drama will deal with the younger days of Lee Bang-won.

"Six Flying Dragons" is produced by Sin Kyeong-soo and written by Kim Yeong-hyeon and Park Sang-yeon. Park Hyuk-kwon plays Kil Tae-mi, the best sword fighter of all. He is Lee In-im's student and becomes the best sword fighter but he has a weakness for decorations and fancy make-up.

Park Hyuk-kwon has starred in "Punch - Drama", "Unkind Women" and "Producers".

Famous actors and actresses have been always on the list for 'highly expected movies. The recent "Producers" was a big hit my writer Park Ji-eun and producers Seo Soo-min-I and Pyo Min-soo starring Gong Hyo-jin, Cha Tae-hyun, Kim Soo-hyun, IU and more.

Yoo Ah-in and Shin Se-kyung are starring in "Six Flying Dragons" in October.

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