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Lee Seung-gi to come back with dramas, movies, and TV shows

2017/08/23 | Permalink | Source

Singer and actor Lee Seung-gi is making a come back According to various sources, Lee Seung-gi is starring in a new SBS TV show which doesn't yet have a title. This TV show is likely to slotted into the Sunday evening time frame, which is a "ferocious battlefield" between TV shows.

This TV show officials say discussions with Lee Seung-gi have happened over the past month and he's decided to join them as soon as he's relieved of duty.

Lee Seung-gi is making an actor comeback in the new tvN drama "A Korean Odyssey" as Son Oh-gong.

It seems like he's going to warm up with the TV show, then continue on with the drama.

There is also a movie in the works. He's taking on the role of Seo Do-yoon in the movie "The Princess and the Matchmaker", which was filmed in 2015 before he joined the military.

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