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New Go Hyun-jung, Kwon Sang-woo series to air Oct 6

2010/05/19 | 3468 views | Permalink | Source

Korean actress Go Hyun-jung [Asia Economic Daily]

A new TV series starring top Korean stars Go Hyun-jung and kwon Sang-woo is scheduled to begin its run on October 6, according to the drama's production company Lee Kim Productions on Wednesday.

An associate from Lee Kim explained, "The new drama with Ko and Kwon tentatively titled "Big Thing" ("Daemul - Big Thing") will join the Wednesday and Thursday night primetime line-up during the latter half of the year", explained an associate from Lee Kim.

"Big Thing" ("Daemul - Big Thing"), based on the comic book series of the same title by Park In-kwon, is about a first-class gigolo (played by Kwon) who helps a human rights lawyer (Ko) to achieve her dream of becoming Korea's first female president.

"Big Thing" ("Daemul - Big Thing") will premiere after a series tentatively titled "My Girlfriend is a Gumiho" ends its run -- the show will start its run in August succeeding action drama "Bad Man" which will air next week.

Ko made her debut into the entertainment industry as a former Miss Korea in 1989. She is known as one of the top actresses in the country after her role in the hit series "Queen Seon-deok".

Kwon has starred in several dramas and movies since his debut in 2001. He is well-known for his roles in the 2003 TV series "Stairway to Heaven" and Korean films "My Tutor Friend" and most recently "71-Into the Fire".

Reporter : Ko Jae-wan star@
Editor : Lucia Hong luciahong@
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