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Kim Tae-woo From "The Banker", Where's the Man of Ambition?

2019/04/17 | 250 views | Permalink | Source

Stills of Kim Tae-woo from the MBC drama "The Banker" have been released.

Kim Tae-woo plays executive vice president Lee Hae-gon who strives to open a new path to the power structure of Daehan Bank.

In the stills, Kim Tae-woo is smiling, unlike the tense and icy cold image he usually has in the drama.

Lee Hae-gon has his own ways of doing things as he comes into conflict with Noh Dae-ho (Kim Sang-joong), has a hostile relationship with Kang Sam-do (Yoo Dong-geun), and keeps his distance from Han Soo-ji (Chae Si-ra). No matter what anyone says, he claims he's right and won't listen to anyone.

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"The Banker" is directed by Lee Jae-jin-II, written by Bae Sang-wook, Oh Hye-ran, Seo Eun-jeong, and features Kim Sang-joong, Chae Si-ra, Yoo Dong-geun, Kim Tae-woo, An Woo-yeon, Shin Do-hyun. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/03/27~Now airing, Wed, Thu 22:00 on MBC.

Source : www.queen.co.kr/news/...

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