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Seo Hyun-chul to Play Former Gangster in "9.9 Billion Woman"

2019/09/05 | 278 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Hyun-chuol is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "9.9 Billion Woman" as Oh Dae-yong. "9.9 Billion Woman" is centered around Jeong Seo-yeon (Jo Yeo-jung), who discovers a very large amount of money, and Kang Tae-woo (Kim Kang-woo), who finds out about Jeong Seo-yeon while digging for the truth of his sister's death.

Seo Hyun-chul plays a former gangster and owner of an entertainment establishment named Oh Dae-yong who is more loyal than he seems.

Meanwhile, Seo Hyun-chul also plays Professor Hwang Gap-soo who leads the frozen human experiment in the new tvN drama "Melting Me Softly".

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"9.9 Billion Woman" is directed by Kim Yeong-jo, written by Han Ji-hoon, and features Jo Yeo-jung, Kim Kang-woo, Oh Na-ra, Lee Ji-hoon-I, Seo Hyun-chul. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/11~Upcoming, on KBS.

Source : moneys.mt.co.kr/news/...

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