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"Suspicious Partner" Ji Chang-wook and Nam Ji-hyun

2017/03/29 | Permalink | Source

SBS drama "Suspicious Partner" have finalized its title and two main characters.

"Suspicious Partner" is written by Kwon Ki-yeong and directed by Park Seon-ho-I

Ji Chang-wook was already chosen for the role of No Ji-wook in "Suspicious Partner". Ji-wook is a handsome young man who is good at math, music and sports. He lives the life of his father and decides to become a prosecutor.

In the role of Eun Bong-hee is Nam Ji-hyun. Eun Bong-hee is bright and cheerful and she used to be a Taekwondo teenage representative.

Ji Chang-wook is coming back with an SBS drama for the first time in 5 years since the 2012 drama "Five Fingers". Nam Ji-hyun starred in an SBS drama a year ago.

They also starred in the 2011 drama "Warrior Baek Dong-soo" as Baek Dong-soo and Yoo Ji-seon.

Meanwhile, "Suspicious Partner" is a romantic drama about a man and a woman who live in a world of prejudice.

Source : www.hankyung.com/news...

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