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Si Wan's role in 'Incomplete Life' was rejected by Lee Jong-suk, Ji Chang-wook and Lee Je-hoon

2015/08/26 Source

A behind-the-scenes story regarding the casting for "Incomplete Life" has been revealed.

August 26th's episode of SBS' 'Night of Entertainment' discussed and revealed facts about casting.

The leader of the casting team of CJ E&M, Yang Seong-min, said "There's rarely a case in which our first candidate actor during casting is actually cast".

Kim Woo-bin's role, Choi Yeong-do, in SBS' "The Heirs" was first offered to Jung Yong-hwa. Suzy's role, Seo-yeon, was first offered to Seohyun of Girls' Generation. Jang Geu-rae of "Incomplete Life" was first offered to Lee Je-hoon.

Yang Seong-min continued on; "for example, Lee Jong-suk, and Ji Chang-wook as well as Lee Je-hoon were also offered the role. Our perspective is that every role has its own actor. It's fate".

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