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Lee Hee-joon to star in "The Legend of the Blue Sea" with Park Ji-eun

2016/08/10 | 1989 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Hee-joon is starring in "The Legend of the Blue Sea". This is his second time with writer Park Ji-eun.

"The Legend of the Blue Sea" is based on the motive of the first Korean historical storybook starring Jun Ji-hyun, Lee Min-ho, Moon So-ri and Shin Hye-sun. The drama is written by Park Ji-eun and directed by Jin Hyeok. Lee Hee-joon's appearance in the drama is expected to bring about synergy to the already fancy cast.

Lee Hee-joon worked with Park Ji-eun in "My Husband Got a Family" and this time he's starring in "The Legend of the Blue Sea" as Jo Nam-doo.

Lee Hee-joon has impressed everyone with his performance until now. All of his characters had a little bit of his color and had made viewers laugh or cry.

"The Legend of the Blue Sea" will be released in November.

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