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Choi Won-young to star in "Three Days"

2013/12/25 Source

Actor Choi Won-young is going to be busy acting for a while as he settled for the new SBS drama "Three Days".

Choi Won-young is putting on the part of a plutocrat who pressures the president (Son Hyun-joo) and intensifies the drama.

He recently revealed his relationship with Shim Yi-young but he is going to focus on his acting although they are going to get married. Both families gave already met and the wedding might be happening in mid-year next year as the drama will continue until April.

"Three Days" is about the president leaving to his private holiday home for four days and three nights but disappearing with the sound of three gun shots.

"Three Days" is written by Kim Eun-hee who succeeded with "Sign" and "Ghost" while it is produced by Sin Kyeong-soo from "Deep-rooted Tree".

The main stars are Park Yoo-chun, Son Hyun-joo and Park Ha-sun while the other casts are Yoon Je-moon, Jang Hyun-sung, Choi Won-young, So Yi-hyun and more. To be released in February next year.

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