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Ahn Kil-kang to star in "Cheese In The Trap" as Hong Seol's father

2015/09/14 Source

Actor Ahn Kil-kang is starring in the new tvN drama "Cheese in the Trap" as Hong Jin-tak.

He is Hong Seol's father, a blunt and stubborn man. He was forced into early retirement by his company and has failed in every new business he tried to open up, therefore only leaving debt in the family. He takes sides with Hong Joon (Kim Hee-chan) and not Hong Seol, his daughter.

Ahn Kil-kang is expected to bring much weight into the drama. The role of Hong Seol's father is high anticipated.

"Cheese in the Trap" is a romantic thriller about a perfect guy and a girl who looks through his perfection. The story is based in a prestigious school and the characters are made up of the perfect Yoo Jeong (Park Hae-jin) and his junior Hong Seol who is just as ordinary as she can be. Baek In-ho is a freewheeling character who doesn't care what others think and more.

The cast includes Park Hae-jin, Seo Kang-joon, Kim Go-eun, Nam Joo-hyuk and others.

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