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Producer Yoon Seok-ho's return partner is TOP

2011/05/18 Source

"Our Happy Young Days" broadcast in August.

Master of mellow dramas's PD Yoon Seok-ho is returning with Big Bang TOP (Choi Seung-hyun).

His drama "Our Happy Young Days" will be released on screens in August at the earliest on KBS. The main character will be TOP (Choi Seung-hyun). "Our Happy Young Days" has recently been confirmed as the follow up to "Spy MyeongWol".

This is Yoon Seok-ho's first project in 5 years and the first lead role for Choi Seung-hyun in his acting career. Producer Yoon from "Autumn in my Heart" and "Winter Sonata" hid his whereabouts after 2006 KBS drama "Spring Waltz". Choi Seung-hyun was in 2009 KBS drama "IRIS" and played the role of Oh Jang-beom, a student commanding soldier.

General Manager of KBS Ko Yeong-tak said, "KBS makes effort to show a variety of dramas to the viewers". This means this drama isn't a romantic comedy where a man and a woman love with laughter. "Our Happy Young Days" is an affectionate drama with the word 'love' in theme. Producer Yoon is well known as one who expresses pure love in the most Korean way.

Known as the trigger of Hallyu wave, "Winter Sonata" made Bae Yong-joon a Hallyu star. The fact that he was chosen by producer Yoon, whether or not Choi Seung-hyun would become the 2nd Bae Yong-joon is in everyone's attention.

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