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Will "The King 2 Hearts" Ha Ji-won and Lee seung-gi be undefeated?

2012/03/20 | 3371 views | Permalink | Source

Will Ha Ji-won and Lee Seung-gi laugh together with the drama "The King 2 Hearts"?

The two have taken on the roles of North Korean female Special Force sergeant Kim Hang-ah and supercilious South Korean Prince Lee Jae-ha. Under the setting of a constitutional monarchy, the love between a North Korean sergeant and a South Korean Prince is another interest to the movie besides the fact that the two big hit makers have come together.

Ha Ji-won has successfully done well in dramas, "Secret Garden" (2010), "Hwangjin-i" (2006), "Something Happened in Bali" (2004), "Damo "(2003) and more. Ha Ji-won's power in the dramas is so much that they say even a Cinderella story will be different if Ha Ji-won acts it out.

Lee Seung-gi as well has made successful hits in all of his dramas. "My Girlfriend is a Gumiho" (2010), "Shining Inheritance" (2009), "Famous Princesses" (2006) and others have made Lee Seung-gi skyrocket in popularity. His activities in KBS 2TV "Happy Sunday – 1 Night 2 Days" and SBS "Kang Heart" have also helped his career.

Many are looking forward to the drama "The King 2 Hearts". This drama is collaborated by producer Lee Jae-gyoo and writer Hong Jin-ah from "Beethoven Virus" (2008) and the cast includes Yoon Je-moon, Lee Yoon-ji, Lee Soon-jae, Youn Yuh-jung and more. To be broadcasted on the 21st at 9:55PM.

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