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Yoon Bong-gil joins "Good Doctor"

2013/07/16 | 481 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Yoon Bong-gil is starring in the new drama "Good Doctor".

Yoon Bong-gil takes on the role of a pediatric resident named Hong Gil-nam in the upcoming KBS 2TV drama "Good Doctor". He is going to be a humane and pure-minded doctor.

10 years into acting, Yoon Bong-gil is known for his outstanding performances in various dramas.

He's already co-acted with actor Joo Won in the KBS 2TV drama "Bridal Mask" before and they're meeting again in "Good Doctor".

Yoon Bong-gil said, "I have a connection with the doctor role. I am happy I got the chance and I shall do my best. I work well with the cast that's put together now and I can't wait".

Netizens say, "I can't wait too!", "I hope you do it well this time too!" and more.

Meanwhile, "Good Doctor" is a human medical drama of the development story of a youth with the Savant Syndrome and growth disorder becoming a pediatrician.

Source : star.mk.co.kr/new/vie...

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