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Park Si-hoo, Shin Hye-sun and Lee Tae-hwan to star in "My Golden Life"

2017/06/15 | 3430 views | Permalink | Source

Writer So Hyeon-kyeong has rounded up the cast for her latest.

Sources stated that Shin Hye-sun was looking through the offer of the new weekend drama "My Golden Life". Park Si-hoo is also likely to star in "My Golden Life" as Cha Do-kyeong.

So Hyeon-kyeong wrote "My Daughter Seo-yeong" and "My Husband Got a Family". She is collaborating with director Kim Hyoung-seok in the new KBS 2TV drama "My Golden Life", a story about a woman who has the chance to upgrade her life status and finding true happiness.

Park Si-hoo is taking on the role of Cha Do-kyeong, the only son to the chairman of Haesung Group. Shin Hye-sun's offered character is Seo Ji-an, an employee on the marketing department. Lee Tae-hwan's role is Seon Woo-hyeok, Shin Hye-sun's high school friend and rookie industrial design employee.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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