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Kim Han-jong to Star in "Strangers from Hell" as Im Si-wan's Bully

2019/05/27 | 174 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Han-jong is going to play a bully coward.

He is starring in the OCN drama "Strangers from Hell" as someone who keeps bullying Im Si-wan (Yoon Jong-woo).

OCN's second series for the Dramatic Cinema project, "Strangers from Hell", is about a country boy who goes through hell in a gosiwon.

Kim Han-jong plays Park Byeong-min, a senior at Yoon Jong-woo's workplace. He's scruffy looking and worthless, but picks on Yoon Jong-woo all the time.

"Strangers from Hell" starring Im Si-wan, Lee Dong-wook, Lee Jeong-eun, Lee Joong-ok and now Kim Han-jong, will be released later this year.

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"Strangers from Hell" is directed by Lee Chang-hee, written by Jeong I-do-I, and features Im Si-wan, Lee Dong-wook, Lee Jung-eun, Lee Hyun-wook-I, Park Jong-hwan, Lee Joong-ok. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019~Upcoming, on OCN.

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