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[HanCinema's News] Kim Nam-gil Smiles for Cameras on Way to Vacation

2019/04/23 | 1197 views | Permalink

On April 22nd Kim Nam-gil departed for his celebratory vacation in Kota Kinabalu with the rest of the cast and crew of "The Fiery Priest" following the drama's stellar performance.

Kim Nam-gil was evidently in a good mood that day. He was continuously smiling and posing for the cameras, and even stopped for a brief chat every so often with passers by.

The reward vacation for the strong performance of "The Fiery Priest" will last for four nights and five days. Kim Nam-gil and the rest of the cast and crew for "The Fiery Priest" will be back in Korea on April 27th. Negotiations for a possible second season of "The Fiery Priest" are unlikely before that time.

Written by William Schwartz


"The Fiery Priest" is directed by Lee Myeong-woo, written by Park Jae-beom-I, and features Kim Nam-gil, Kim Sung-kyun, Lee Honey, Go Joon, Geum Sae-rok, Jung Young-joo. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/02/15~2019/04/20, Fri, Sat 21:00 on SBS.

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