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Kim Nam-gil, Kim Seo-hyung and Kim Jae-wook, Stars Who Would Pull Off their Drama Professions

2019/07/01 | 1249 views | Permalink | Source

Netizens picked Kim Nam-gil as the star who would succeed with his drama profession.

Exciting DC City, run by community portal site DC Inside, and a taste search company called My Celeb conducted a survey on 'Stars Who Would Succeed With Their Profession From Dramas' and Kim Nam-gil was #1.

He received 1,649 (38.6%) votes out of 4,277 for his role in the drama "The Fiery Priest", which ended in April.

He played Father Kim Hae-il, an ill-tempered Catholic preacher and a former agent of the NIS.

Second came Kim Seo-hyung with 1,390 (32.5%) votes.

Kim Seo-hyung played Kim Joo-yeong in the drama "SKY Castle" last year.

Kim Joo-yeong is a coordinator who gets her students into the university they desire by all means necessary.

Third came Kim Jae-wook with 507 (11.9%) votes.

He starred as Ryan Gold, a genius artist and gallery director in "Her Private Life".

Following the ranks were actors Kim Dong-wook, Cho Seung-woo, Park Sung-woong, Namgoong Min and others.

Source : www.topstarnews.net/n...

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