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[Updated] Park Jin-hee in MBC "Triangle - Drama" as profiler

2014/02/25 | 1506 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Jin-hee is starring in the MBC drama "Triangle - Drama".

Her role of the profiler is a connection to Jang Dong-soo, the first detective of the three brothers acted out by Lee Beom-soo. She was specially employed by the police department.

As important as any male in the drama, Park Jin-hee has many ties with the staff on this drama.

"Triangle - Drama" is written by Choi Wan-gyoo from last year's MBC drama "Guam Heo Jun" and produced by Yoo Yong-cheol. This is also the first reunion with Lee Beom-soo since the SBS drama "Giant" 4 years ago. It also appears that the writer has a unique affection for Park Jin-hee.

"Triangle - Drama" is about three brothers who get parted young and meet again as grown-ups. Lee Beom-soo and Im Si-wan are the eldest and youngest of the brothers and Song Seung-heon is a likely candidate for the second.

[Update] It appears that this information is unfounded.

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