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Yoon Ji-won Joins MBC's "The Game: Towards Zero"

2020/01/12 Source

Actress Yoon Ji-won is starring in the MBC drama "The Game: Towards Zero".

"The Game: Towards Zero" is the story of a prophet named Tae-pyeong (Ok Taecyeon), who sees the moment right before death, and a homicide detective named Joon-yeong (Lee Yeon-hee) finding the truth behind a series of murders.

Yoon Ji-won plays a probationary reporter named Oh Ye-ji. She gets a job in a major newspaper company, but it doesn't suit her, so she's about to quit when she meets homicide detective Joon-young and retrieves her aspect as a reporter.

Yoon Ji-won has starred in dramas such as "Cheese in the Trap", "Time - Drama" and "Room No.9".

"The Game: Towards Zero" begins on the 22nd.

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"The Game: Towards Zero" is directed by Jang Joon-ho, written by Lee Ji-hyo, and features Ok Taecyeon, Lee Yeon-hee, Lim Ju-hwan, Park Ji-il, Choi Jae-woong, Shin Sung-min. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/01/22~Upcoming, Wed, Thu 20:55 on MBC.

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