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Shin Seung-hwan in "The Secret of Birth"

2013/04/08 | 345 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Shin Seung-hwan has been cast for the SBS drama "The Secret of Birth".

He takes on the role of Jong-tae, Hong Kyeong-doo's (Yu Jun-sang) one and only friend.

Shin Seung-hwan is excited about this as he had recently just been in the KBS 2TV program "Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek" in which he took on the role of a producer named Sin Dong-hoon. He has also starred in drama "Jeon Woochi - Drama" and the movie "The Traffickers".

"The Secret of Birth" is about a woman and a man who were about to end their lives living on and creating a story. This drama deals with a woman who loses memory of her husband and child and a father's ignorance towards his genius daughter.

This drama is directed by Kim Jong-hyeok and written by Kim Gyoo-wan with the cast of Yu Jun-sang, Sung Yu-ri, Kal So-won, Lee Jin, Kim Kap-soo, Kim Hye-jin and more.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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