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"W" to feature Lee Tae-hwan, Lee Si-eon, Jung Yoo-jin

2016/05/12 | 2799 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Lee Tae-hwan, Lee Si-eon, Jung Yoo-jin and Kang Ki-young are starring in the new MBC drama "W". Jung Yoo-jin and Lee Tae-hwan take on the role of Yoon So-hee and Seo Do-yoon. Lee Si-eon and Kang Ki-young take on the role of Park Soo-bong and Kang Seok-beom.

"W" is a romantic suspense drama that goes back and forth reality and the non-realistic world in Seoul, Korea. The drama is a collaboration between writer Song Jae-jeong and director Jeong Dae-yoon.

Jung Yoo-jin's role of Yoon So-hee is friend to Kang Cheol (Lee Jong-suk) and his assistant as well. She is a former Olympic medalist and a computer science wiz.

Lee Tae-hwan is a former martial arts athlete and bodyguard, currently the right-handed-man of Kang Cheol. Lee Si-eon takes on the role of Park Soo-bong, student of Oh Yeon-soo's (Han Hyo-joo) father. And Kang Ki-young is Kang Seok-beom, Oh Yeon-joo's colleague and medical resident.

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