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Sung Hoon is a pro golfer in new drama 'Five Children'

2016/01/04 | 2467 views | Permalink | Source

Sung Hoon has been confirmed to star in "Five Children". He will play Kim Sang-min a professional golfer in the KBS 2TV's new weekend drama, "Five Children".

Kim Sang-min played by Sung Hoon is a model turned professional golfer, who still works as a model as well. The great visual, a top professional golfer in KPGA, the proven great personality and humble attitude will captivate the hearts of the drama fans.

Sung Hoon has already proved his ability as a stable actor for his role as the charismatic and soft-hearted man in "Oh My Venus". He is ready to deliver the perfect guy role perfection in the upcoming drama.

"Five Children" is a family drama about conflict, reconciliation, and love between family members as a single mom and a single dad meet and find their love again. The drama is slated to begin after the currently running drama, 'All About My Mom' finishes.

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