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"School 2013" Choi Daniel watched education programs for his role

2012/11/15 | 625 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Daniel is creating a new 'teacher' trend.

In the new KBS 2TV drama "School 2013", Choi Daniel is an outgoing and well-off teacher named Kang Se-chan in the Hyeon Seung-ri High School.

He has the belief the quality of the teacher controls the students futures and that treating the kids like they would in private academies would change the school. He's creating a new character never seen before.

In a recent still cut, Choi Daniel looks like a real teacher and working very well with his new character. With love for his new role, Choi Daniel watched various educational programs to see the way a teacher moved to become a real teacher.

Being a high-earning teacher, Kang Se-chan's arrival at the school should create a fun twist in the scenario. Pointing out the problems of a 'school', "School 2013" is going to be a different one yet.

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