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Lee Se-jin Joins "A Piece of Your Mind"

2020/03/02 Source

Actor Lee Se-jin is starring in the new tvN drama "A Piece of Your Mind".

iMe KOREA announced that he will be appearing in the drama as your Kang In-wook (Kim Sung-gyu).

"A Piece of Your Mind" is about the romance between an AI programmer and a classical recording engineer, starring Jung Hae-in, Chae Soo-bin, Lee Ha-na, Kim Sung-gyu and others.

Lee Se-jin takes on the role of young Kang In-wook. He's a pianist in a slump and forms a unique three-way relationship with Ha-won (Jung Hae-in).

"A Piece of Your Mind" is Lee Se-jin's first commercial drama. So far, he's appeared in various webdramas and he's coming out with a new webdrama called "I'll Do That For You", which begins filming on the 27th.

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"A Piece of Your Mind" is directed by Lee Sang-yeob-I, written by Lee Sook-yeon, and features Jung Hae-in, Chae Soo-bin, Lee Ha-na, Kim Sung-gyu, Lee Seung-joon, Woo Ji-hyun. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/03/23~Upcoming, Mon, Tue 21:00 on tvN.

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