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Park Geun-hyung "'Empire of Gold' will make a hit"

2013/05/16 | 426 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Geun-hyung expressed his expectations for the new SBS drama "Empire of Gold".

Park Geun-hyung advised the cast of the drama "You can smell human in Park's writing. Don't overdo anything and just show what you feel".

The cast worked together on set being true to what Park Geun-hyung said about seeing things the way they are.

Park Geun-hyung is working with Park for the second time since the drama last year called, "THE CHASER - Drama". He claims "Empire of Gold" will make a bigger hit than "THE CHASER - Drama".

Park Geun-hyung takes on the role of Choi Dong-seong who recovered the biggest group in Korea with his own bare hands and his brother. He suffers health loss after a tumor surgery.

"Empire of Gold" is a collaboration between writer Park Kyeong-soo and producer Jo Nam-gook. To be aired on the 1st of July.

Source : etv.sbs.co.kr/news/ne...

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