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Ha Seok-jin and Lee Honey in "Shark"

2013/04/08 | 1188 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ha Seok-jin and Lee Honey have been cast for the upcoming KBS 2TV drama "Shark".

"Shark" is about a man who points a knife at his lover for revenge and a woman who is weakened by her first love and is in pain. This drama is the third revenge story in addition to "Revenge" and "Yawang".

Ha Seok-jin and Lee Honey are people in the composition of Kim Nam-gil and Son Ye-jin's love-line and conflicts.

Ha Seok-jin takes on the role of Oh Joon-yeong, the fiance of Jo Hae-woo (Son Ye-jin), the daughter of Gaya Hotel Group. Lee Honey takes on the role of Jang Yeong-hee, assistant to Han I-soo, the owner of Giant Hotel.

Ha Seok-jin is coming back with a drama in two months after the JTBC drama "Childless Comfort". Lee Honey is coming back for the first time in a year since the Channel A drama "Immortal Classic".

"Shark" will be broadcasted at the end of May after "The Queen of Office".

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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