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"Doll's House" Holds Its First Script Reading

2018/01/28 | 495 views | Permalink | Source

The new KBS 2TV drama "Doll's House" held its first script reading with the cast Choi Myung-gil, Park Ha-na, Wang Bit-na, Lee Eun-hyung, Han Sang-jin, Lee Ho-jae and others.

The cast and crew of "Doll's House" showed excellent teamwork despite the extreme cold.

"Doll's House" is a drama that explores the value of life through the passion and desires of Chairman Eun, a fashion company chaebol. A personal shopper named Hong Se-yeon (Park Ha-na), and a shopping addict third generation chaebol, Eun Kyung-hye (Wang Bit-na). The story revolves around, love, friendship and betrayal.

The script reading was held in Seoul on the 13th. The drama center director Jung Sung-ho, director Kim Sang-hwi, writers Kim Ye-na-II and Lee Jeong-dae as well as the cast, Choi Myung-gil, Wang Bit-na, Lee Eun-hyung, Lee Ho-jae, Lee Han-wi, Jung Soo-young, Jo Yi-hyun, Kim Ki-doo, Kim Ji-sung, Park Hyun-sook, Lee Gwan-hoon, Yoo Seo-jin, Kim Kwang-yeong, Jung Jung-ah, Shim Jin-hwa, Park Jae-woong, and more.

The drama center director showed his support for the drama and made a speech prior to the meeting. Kim Sang-hwi greeted everyone personally and stayed with the whole team for 5 hours. The writers also made a speech saying they worked hard on the script and that the time flew by.

"Doll's House" begins on the 26th of February.

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