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On Joo-wan to star in KBS "Sword and Flower"

2013/06/04 | Permalink | Source

Actor On Joo-wan has been cast for the new KBS 2TV drama "Sword and Flower".

This is his first miniseries since his debut. Oh Joo-wan takes on the role of Jang, the nephew of King Yeong-ryu (Kim Young-chul). He is the captain of the king's warriors and is faithful to his duties. He also cares a lot for his cousin Moo-yeong (Kim Ok-bin). However, he ends up betraying King Yeong-ryu after Yeon-Gae So-mun (Choi Min-soo) makes an offer impossible to refuse. He becomes King Bojang for doing that.

This is On Joo-wan's first drama in 2 years since the 2011 drama "My Love By My Side".

On Joo-wan said, "I am excited to star in this drama and to work with amazing people. I should work harder as I am the last to join the drama".

"Sword and Flower" is a mellow drama about a woman falling in love with the wrong destiny. Yeon-gae So-mun and King Yeong-ryu are rivals. Their children Moo-yeong (Kim Ok-bin) and Yeon-chung (Uhm Tae-woong) fall in love.

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