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Han Sang-jin joins KBS "Big Man"

2014/03/03 | 611 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Han Sang-jin is starring in the KBS 2TV drama "Big Man".

According to Blossom Entertainment, he's starring as Do Sang-ho.

Han Sang-jin is the head of FB team in HyeonSeong Group where most of the drama takes place.

Do Sang-ho is Kang Jin-ah's (Jung So-min) tutor who steps into the world of HyeonSeong Group, the country's biggest company. He experiences power and authority and supports Kang Seok-wook (Uhm Hyo-sup) with all his might.

Behind the charisma he displays, is the lonely love towards Kang Jin-ah.

Han Sang-jin is expected to fill up the character of Do Sang-ho who gives off a vibe of splendor just by existing.

Meanwhile, "Big Man" is about a man from the harshness of life being given a chance at life once again as the first son of a filthy rich family. The cast includes Kang Ji-hwan, Lee Da-hee, Choi Daniel, Jung So-min, Uhm Hyo-sup and more.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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