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Ji Jin-hee, cast in drama series 'Cain and Abel'

2007/04/16 | 413 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ji Jin-hee has been cast in the series 'Cain and Abel' and will be co-starring So Ji-sub.

Ji Jin-hee's agency SidusHQ commented on the 17th, "Ji Jin-hee will be returning to the TV screen through 'Cain and Abel', two years since the series "Spring Days"".

'Cain and Abel' which has gathered the spotlight as So Ji-sub's first piece after his discharge this month is about two brothers who are separated in their youth but are reunited later as a detective and killer.

Ji Jin-hee will be playing the warm and humane detective Yoo Hyun who has lived his life to search for his younger brother who was adopted abroad. His role is directly contrasting to the killer he played in the recent movie 'Soo'.

So Ji-sub will play the killer Jin that is raised by the Mafia in the U.S.

'Cain and Abel' which will be filmed on location in San Francisco prior to its airing is a blockbuster with a budget of 6 billion won. The broadcaster has not yet been determined but the series will start filming towards the end of May without a projected 70% to be completed upon its first airing date.

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