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Han Suk-kyu to return with writer Kim Yeong-hyeon?

2013/11/01 | 792 views | Permalink | Source

Will the dream team come back together again?

Sensational drama of the year 2011, "Deep-rooted Tree" team of writers and cast might come back together.

"Pacheon-hwang" is a political action drama written by Kim Yeong-hyeon and Park Sang-yeon. This is known as a prequel to "Deep-rooted Tree".

According to several people, Han Suk-kyu is being named as one of the lead actors.

Han Suk-kyu played the role of a humanist King Se-jong, who also used profanity throughout the drama. This role earned him the Best Actor Award at the SBS Acting Awards.

If he decides to climb on board, this will be his first MBC drama in 18 years. He last starred in the 1995 drama "Hotel" and has been starring in movies only ever since.

Meanwhile, another weighty actor is being mentioned for another leading role.

Source : www.nocutnews.co.kr/S...

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