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Lee Na-young to star in new TV series with Rain

2010/06/06 | 1805 views | Permalink | Source

Korean actress Lee Na-young [Asia Economic Daily]

Korean actress Lee Na-young has been cast in upcoming KBS TV series tentatively titled "The Fugitive Plan B", making her first small screen comeback in six years.

According to various industry sources, the actress is set to play the female lead opposite Rain, who is also returning to the small screen for the first time since starring in the 2005 SBS drama "A Love to Kill".

Lee's agency remained cautious about the news, however, saying they are "in negotiations" but has not yet finalized the deal.

"The Fugitive Plan B" will be directed by noted television producer Kwak Jeong-hwan and written by Cheon Seong-il, the duo behind the recent hit TV series "The Slave Hunters".

Lee, 31, first rose to stardom with TV series "Ruler of Your Own World" (MBC, 2002) and was last seen on the small screen in "Ireland" (MBC, 2004).

She has also starred in several notable films such as "Please Teach Me English" (2003) and "Maundy Thursday" ("Our Happy Time", 2006) and "Someone Special", for which she won best actress at the 25th Blue Dragon Film Awards.

Reporter : Park Kun-ouc kun1112@
Editor : Lynn Kim lynn2878@
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