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Park Hae-jin in Chinese drama

2013/02/11 | 2431 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Hae-jin has been cast in the Chinese drama called, "Far Away Love" as Sim Ahn according to his agency.

"Far Away Love" is directed by a famous director, comedian and actor Jusi Moo. Apparently he's been contacting Park Hae-jin ever since he saw Park's Chinese debut drama "Chen's Marriage Life".

He even sent over a team to Korea from China in 2011 winter for the actor who didn't have the time to see him.

Park Hae-jin's role of Sim Ahn is the owner of a restaurant who shut up his heart after being heartbroken by a woman and later falls in love with Akcho-ha who is a bright character raising her sister's baby.

Park Hae-jin said, "I am grateful to Jusi Moo for waiting for me this long. I am going to invest my time in "Far Away Love" after "My Daughter Seo-yeong" and also grow my hair for this role".

Meanwhile, "Far Away Love" will start making in April and will be aired at the end of the year.

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