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Sung Yu-ri confirmed to join Kang Ji-hwan again for new drama, 'Monster - 2016'

2016/02/03 | 1716 views | Permalink | Source

MBC has announced on February 3rd that Sung Yu-ri has been confirmed for the female lead of their new Monday & Tuesday drama, "Monster - 2016", while Kang Ji-hwan was already confirmed for the male lead.

Kang Ji-hwan and Sung Yu-ri showed off their perfect chemistry while leading "Hong Gil Dong", 2008. This is their second time to pair up in a drama.

Kang Ji-hwan and Sung Yu-ri's childhood roles will be played by Lee Gi-kwang and Lee Yeol-eum respectively. Park Ki-woong is expected to play a counterpart role to Kang Ki-tan played by Kang Ji-hwan.

It has been known that many powerful experienced veteran actors including Park Young-gyu, Lee Duk-hwa, Jung Bo-suk, Kim Bo-yun, Jung Woong-in, and Kim Hye-eun as well as young actors including Jo Bo-ah, Lee El, Jin Tae-hyun, Go Yoon and more will appear in this highly anticipated drama.

"Monster - 2016" is a romance drama depicting beautiful love that blossoms in the midst of the murky circumstances surrounded by disgusting bare faces of the privileged class and a revenge by man, who was forced to lose his family and future. The new drama is slated to begin in the end of March after "Glamorous Temptation" has finished.

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