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So Ji-sub, Song Joong-ki and Kim Woo-bin, Lee Kyeong-hee's KBS men

2015/10/12 | Permalink | Source

"Uncontrollably Fond" starring stop star Kim Woo-bin, is about to be organized into KBS. This completes writer Lee Kyeong-hee's line up of So Ji-sub, Song Joong-ki and Kim Woo-bin.

So Ji-sub who is starring in the drama "Oh My Venus" as health trainer Kim Yeong-ho, starred in the 2004 drama "Sorry, I Love You" as Cha Moo-hyeok. "Sorry, I Love You" is one of Lee Kyeong-hee's classics and one of the greatest melodramas of all time.

Song Joong-ki, who stars in the KBS drama "The Merchant: Gaekju 2015" as Yoo Si-jin, was also in the drama "Nice Guy" as Kang Ma-ru. He rose to fame with the movie "A Werewolf Boy" and he's about to star in "Descendants of the Sun".

Jang Hyuk in "The Merchant: Gaekju 2015" also goes a long way back with Lee Kyeong-hee. He played Min Ki-seo in the 2007 drama "Thank You" and it's also one of Lee Kyeong-hee's well-made dramas.

Kim Woo-bin is the latest addition to her collection. "Uncontrollably Fond" is Lee Kyeong-hee's latest series since "Nice Guy". A man and a woman who parted on bad conditions reunite as a top star and a documentary producer in "Uncontrollably Fond" starring Kim Woo-bin and Miss A's Suzy.

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