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"The King of Dramas" finally gets a shooting date

2012/09/13 | Permalink | Source

Cameras will start rolling for upcoming SBS TV series "The King of Dramas" beginning this weekend!

A representative from MM Entertainment, Kim Myung-min's management agency confirmed that filming will officially start on Saturday, 15 September. Shooting will take place in Seoul.

Lead actors Kim Myung-min, who plays the titular role of Anthony Kim, a gifted CEO of a drama production company, and Jeong Ryoo-won who will portray the pure-hearted writer Lee Go Eun, will participate in the filming.

The 16-episode TV series which is set against the backdrop of TV drama production, also stars Choi Si-won as the handsome but arrogant top STAR, Kang Min. Hong Seong-chang ("You're Beautiful" (SBS, 2009), "Smile, Mom" (SBS, 2010)) will direct from a script by Jang Hang-jun ("Sign" (SBS, 2011).

The King of Dramas will start airing in early November every Monday and Tuesday at 9:55 pm.

Written by: Michelle

Kim Myung Min International

Source : kimmyungmin-internati...

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