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Upcoming JTBC drama "Awl", the 10-year reunion

2015/09/02 | Permalink | Source


The crew that created the KBS sitcom "Old Miss Diary - Drama", a legendary sitcom, is reuniting for the new JTBC drama "Awl".

Kim Seok-yoon produced JTBC ""I Live in Cheongdam-dong" and the movie "Detective K" series. He's a reputable director and producer for his variety in work. Writer Lee Nam-gyoo who has always worked with him is also coming back with "Awl". Expectations are rising for the duo as they are about to create another legend.

Lead actor of "Old Miss Diary" Ji Hyun-woo has been cast for "Awl" and tops off the perfect team. He rose to popularity for his role of Ji PD. This reunion is a first in 10 years and they are expected to create a syndrome.

Web-toon based drama "Awl" is going to be a creation of genius, bringing awe and inspiration.

Meanwhile, "Awl" is a web-toon by Choi Gyu-seok about a group of everyday office workers struggling to defeat an obstacle they meet on the way.

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