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Yoon Kye-sang and Cho Jin-woong in "The Full Sun"

2013/12/26 | 625 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Yoon Kye-sang and Cho Jin-woong are going to synergize in the same drama.

They have both been cast for the new KBS 2TV drama "The Full Sun" for the roles of Jeong Se-ro and Park Kang-jae.

"The Full Sun" is about Jeong Se-ro who lost his father and life due to a shooting about a diamond in Thailand. Han Yeong-won is a woman who lost her loved one.

Yoon Kye-sang takes on the role of Jeong Se-ro, a man who lives two extreme lives from a student to a dealer.

Cho Jin-woong is Park Kang-jae who is no different than a brother to Yoon Kye-sang and will display deep friendship and partnership. Unlike his naïve looks, he's a cold hearted man who will weaken those who watch him. He runs the dangerous game with Yoon Kye-sang.

"The Full Sun" is produced by Bae Kyeong-soo, Kim Jung-hyun-I and Lee Na-jeong. Writer Heo Seong-hye wrote the detailed storyline.

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