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Choi Won-young Joins Kim Hee-sun and Joo Won in "Alice"

2020/03/05 Source

Actor Choi Won-young is starring in the drama "Alice".

"Alice" is about a man and a woman who part forever through death, going beyond dimensions and meeting once again, like magic.

Choi Won-young tackles the role of Seok Oh-won, a representative of the Institute of Advanced Science and Technology. He has a genius brain and he is a PhD in physics and the director of the state-of-the-art science and technology research institute. He is a mysterious person who believes time travel is possible.

Choi Won-young's recent works include dramas "Doctor Prisoner", "The Nokdu Flower" and "Mystic Pop-Up Bar".

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"Alice" is directed by Baek Soo-chan, written by Kang Cheol-gyoo, Kim Ga-yeong-I, Kim Gyoo-won, and features Joo Won, Kim Hee-sun, Lee Da-in, Yeonwoo, Jihyuk, Kwak Si-yang. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020~Upcoming, on SBS.

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