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Park Joo-hyung to join "The King's Face"

2014/10/20 Source

Actor Park Joo-hyung is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "The King's Face".

Park Joo-hyung takes on the role of Prince Gwang Hae's (Seo In-guk) brother Im Hae-goon. He is Seon Jo's (Lee Sung-jae) oldest son and Gwang-hae's brother. Im Hae-goon is a broad-minded and bold character who is very fond of his younger brother. While Park Joo-hyung shows a reliable image, he's also passionate and desirable at the same time.

Park Joo-hyung has been an acknowledged actor all along and this time he's joining forces with Seo In-guk, Lee Sung-jae, Jo Yoon-hee, Shin Sung-rok, Kim Gyu-ri and other talents.

Park Joo-hyung starred in dramas "Bridal Mask", "Gu Family Book", "Two Weeks" and more. He recently starred in "Very Good Times".

"The King's Face" is the growth story of Prince Gwang Hae, born the son of a concubine but rising to the throne in the end. There's also a triangular love story between Seon-jo and his son Gwang-hae over a woman. It is to be broadcasted in November.

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