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Lee Joon-gi, to return as 'Iljimae'

2007/10/11 | Permalink | Source

Lee Joon-gi who rose to stardom with his feminine clown role in "The King and the Clown" is returning to a historical drama series in an opposite persona.

Lee Joon-gi has been cast as the leading role in "Iljimae" a 20 episode historical drama series to be aired on SBS. He will display his strong charisma through "Iljimae" who is considered a chivalrous robber of the time.

Lee Joon-gi's manager Kim Woo Jin commented, "He has selected characters that emphasized his manliness since 'The King and the Clown' and this character seems to be at the peak of his efforts".

In the drama series "Iljimae", Lee Joon-gi will play a character who acts as a usless gangster in the marketplace by day and a chivalrous robber by night.

The series will start filming in November with a location shoot in China as well.

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