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Yeon Jun-suk in "Drama Special - Cane"

2012/10/10 | 1217 views | Permalink | Source

Yeon Jun-suk is taking on the role of Choi Dong-ha in the upcoming KBS 2TV "Drama Special - Cane". He is a 17 year old boy who decided to kill himself exhausted from the bullying and indifference he experiences from around him. However, he recovers laughter again after meeting a granny (Kim Yong-rim) who is pretending to be an Alzheimer's patient.

Yeon Jun-suk has been favorably reviewed for his performance in "Boy", "Shining Inheritance" and "Happy Ending". He was Han Hyo-joo's autist brother in "Shining Inheritance".

Yeon Jun-suk is to related to society about the isolation of an elderly and a little boy.

Yeon Jun-suk claimed through his agency, "It was an honor to be with Kim Yong-rim. I concentrated on acting out the point that we had similarities and depended on each other. I learnt a lot from her and I hope everything goes well for the drama". "Drama Special - Cane" will be aired on the 14th of October at 11:45PM.

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