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Rookie Ji Eun-sung to star in "Shine or Go Crazy"

2015/01/13 | 802 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Eun-sung is starring in the new MBC drama "Shine or Go Crazy" as Jang Hyuk's step brother and greedy imperial prince.

"Shine or Go Crazy" is based on an original novel about the romance between prince of Goryeo Wang So (Jang Hyuk) and the princess of Balhae, Sin-yul (Oh Yoon-seo).

Ji Eun-sung plays Prince Wang Won, the thirteenth in line for the throne and Wang So's step brother. He considers the second in line to the throne Lim Ju-hwan as his rival and is an aggressive character.

Not only will Ji Eun-sung add life to the drama but he has visual that is only likely to be seen in fantasy novels.

Ji Eun-sung claims, "I am happy to work with such great actors and seniors. I have full responsibility to become one with my character and I hope you all like what you see".

"Shine or Go Crazy" will be aired on the 19th at 10PM.

Source : www.segye.com/content...

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