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Moon Sook to Star in "Kkondae Intern"

2020/03/23 Source

Actress Moon Sook is starring in the new MBC drama "Kkondae Intern".

"Kkondae Intern" is about a man who has to work with the worst department head as his junior staff in this revengeful comic office drama where things turn upside down.

With co-stars Park Hae-jin, Kim Eung-soo, Han Ji-eun and Park Ki-woong, Moon Sook plays Ok Kyeong-i.

Moon Sook starred in various dramas such as "Memory", MBN "Graceful Family" and recently signed a contract with Double SG Company.

Meanwhile, "Kkondae Intern" is written by Shin So-ra who won the grand prize at the 2018 MBC Drama Contest and is helmed by Nam Sung-woo. "Kkondae Intern" begins in May after "Find Me in Your Memory".

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"Kkondae Intern" is directed by Nam Sung-woo, written by Shin So-ra, and features Kim Eung-soo, Park Hae-jin, Han Ji-eun, Park Ki-woong, Noh Jong-hyun, Ko In-beom. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/05~Upcoming, Wed, Thu 20:55 on MBC.

Source : www.moneyweek.co.kr/n...

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