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Yoon Kye-sang changes image in "High Kick 3, The Short Legs Counterattack"?

2011/04/04 | 1038 views | Permalink | Source

Actor and former GOD member Yoon Kye-sang is being named for the next main character for MBC sitcom "High Kick 3, The Short Legs Counterattack".

It has been said that he was looking through going on board with the "High Kick 3, The Short Legs Counterattack" crew.

He is currently busy with MBC new drama "The Greatest Love" (written by Hong Jeong-eun, Hong Mi-ran and directed by Park Hong-gyoon). It is very possible that he will be in "High Kick 3, The Short Legs Counterattack" after "The Greatest Love".

However a spokesperson said, "His cast has not been confirmed".

Meanwhile, there is another rumor that it's likely Hwang Shin-hye will be in "High Kick 3, The Short Legs Counterattack". She had recently met with the crew and looking through the conditions with a good mind.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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