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Kim Su-hyun division, Lee Do-yeong-I is the next Hallyu star

2012/09/06 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Do-yeong-I from the Kim Su-hyun division is the upcoming Hallyu STAR.

His agency Tobis Media announced on the 7th, "Lee Do-yeong-I will be introduced as the next generation Hallyu s tar on the Japanese channel CS Television Asahi Entertainment News program".

Lee Do-yeong-I is popular for the younger role of Kim Jin-pyeong (Jo Min-ki) in the MBC drama "Queen Seon-deok". He is being focused on once again for the drama "Childless Comfort" written by Kim Su-hyun.

Lee Do-yeong-I completed the MBC drama "God of War" last week. In the drama "Childless Comfort" he takes on the role of wannabe STAR Joon-ki, youngest son to Hee-jae (Yoo Dong-geun) and grandson to Ho-sik (Lee Soon-jae).

Meanwhile, "Childless Comfort" is about a family of three generations living under one roof. The cast includes, Park Young-gyu, Kim Hae-sook, Song Seung-hwan, Im Ye-jin, Yoon Da-hoon, Kyun Mi-ri, Kim Min-kyung-III and others.

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