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SBS drama "Bad Man" to premiere August 2

2010/04/21 Source

The cast of upcoming melodrama "Bad Man" [SBS]

New SBS TV series "Bad Man" is scheduled to hit airwaves on August 2, according to Korean broadcasting company SBS on Thursday.

An official from SBS explained that the 20-part drama, which stars Korean actors Kim Nam-gil and Han Ga-in, will begin its run on the small screen on Monday and Tuesdays nights during the latter half of the year.

"Bad Man" will succeed to romantic comedy "Coffee House", starring actors Kang Ji-hwan and Park Si-yeon, which will run after current show "Oh! My Lady" goes off the air.

"Bad Man", about the paths a man takes to achieve his secret ambitions, is helmed by famed director Lee Hyeong-min whose previous works include "Sang Doo! Let's go to school" and "Sorry, I Love You".

The cast and crew began shooting for "Bad Man" in Japan two months ago and is set to continue to shoot in Korea and the southern island of Jeju as well.

Kim Nam-gil, 28, became a household name last year playing the role of Bidam in MBC's historical drama "Queen Seon-deok".

Han Ga-in made her debut in 2001 through KBS TV series "Sunshine Hunting". She has since starred in several dramas including "Yellow Handkerchief" and "Super Rookie".

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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