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"Sweet Family" script reading, starring Jung Woong-in

2015/10/01 | 614 views | Permalink | Source

The new MBC drama "Sweet Family" had a reading session recently with Jung Joon-ho (Yoon Tae-soo), Moon Jung-hee (Kim Eun-ok), Jung Woong-in (Baek Gi-beom), Yoo Sun (Lee Do-kyeong), Kim Eung-soo (Baek Man-bo), Oh Mi-yeon (Lee Chun-bun), Ji Soo-won (Oh Joo-ran), Jo Dal-hwan (Boong Jin-wook), Park Hee-jin (Choi Kyeong-mi) and others as well as staff and production members.

Everyone introduced themselves prior to the reading and Jung Joon-ho said, "I am happy to meet Jung Woong-in once again. I think it's going to be a great drama and I will be a great husband".

Jung Woong-in said, "I was going to take a break after "Yong Pal" but the script was so good I had to do it. I aim for 30% in viewing percentage. Yoo Sun said, "I am honored to be here".

The reading session was alive and passionate. Jung Joon-ho, Jung Woong-in and Kim Eung-soo spoke the Choongchung dialect well and aroused laughter every time.

Director Kang Dae-seon said, "To summarize this drama, it's tough to make a living. I hope it relates to the public".

Meanwhile, "Sweet Family" is a humane comedy about a breadwinner of the family who is a father at home but a boss outside.

The first episode airs in November.

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