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Cha In-pyo joins Kwon Sang-woo for TV series "Daemul - Big Thing"

2010/07/21 | 1254 views | Permalink | Source

Korean actor Cha In-pyo [Asia Economic Daily]

Korean actor Cha In-pyo will be joining kwon Sang-woo and Go Hyun-jung for the upcoming TV series "The Substitute Substitute", according to the show's production company Lee Kim Productions.

Lee Kim announced in a press release on Wednesday that Cha has been cast for the role of Kang Hyun-seok, a charismatic politician who falls in love with Ko's character Seo Hae-rim.

Based on a popular comic series of the same name, "Daemul - Big Thing" is about a gigolo played by Kwon, who helps a human rights lawyer played by Ko, to achieve her dream of becoming Korea's first female president.

"Daemul - Big Thing" had drawn much publicity when Ko chose the series as her next acting project after starring in last year's smash hit "Queen Seon-deok".

Cha, 42, rose to instant stardom when he starred in his first TV series "Love In Your Arms" (MBC, 1994) opposite actress Shin Ae-ra whom he later married.

He has since appeared in numerous television dramas and films including "Fireworks" (SBS, 2000), "Her House" (MBC, 2001), "Perfect Love" (SBS, 2003) and "Crossing" (2008).

"Daemul - Big Thing", which starts shooting this month, will premiere on the small screen on October 6.

Reporter : Lynn Kim lynn2878@
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