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Yoon Eun-hye, Lee Dong-gun and Jung Yong-hwa in one place

2013/09/08 | Permalink | Source

The reading session for the new KBS 2TV series, "Choice of the Future" had a script reading session.

Actors and actresses Yoon Eun-hye, Jung Yong-hwa, Han Chae-ah, Choi Myung-gil, Go Doo-shim and others gathered at the KBS 2TV Star Hall. The reading went on for four hours but no one complained about being tired.

"Choice of the Future" is a new kind of time slip drama where the future 'me' returns to the past to aid and advise for self development. Also the life and work of people in the entertainment business will also be looked at in a new angle.

Yoon Eun-hye takes on the role of Na Mi-rae. Bad tempered but having strong belief in himself is Kim Sin by Lee Dong-gun. Jung Yong-hwa takes on the role of an undercover boss named Park Se-joo.

The first reading session was overwhelmed with the passion and reality of the characters. It was way more than expected and everyone was satisfied.

To be aired on the 14th of October after "Good Doctor".

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