Lee Kwangsoo confirmed for the drama "Nice Guy"
Lee Kwangsoo, famous as one of the cast members on variety show "Running Man," is set to join the cast line-up for upcoming drama "Nice Guy." Earlier today, it was confirmed that Kwangsoo will participate in the production and agreed on his role. However, other details for the agreement are still being discussed.
Lee Kwangsoo is likely to play the role a clumsy college student and will be the best friend of the lead role. The drama is helmed by writer Lee Kyunghee and is set to air in August on KBS.
Meanwhile, Song Joongki has also confirmed his participation in the drama while Moon Chaewon has yet to consider the casting offer.
Lee Kwangsoo previously appeared in dramas such as "HIgh Kick Through the Roof," "Dong Yi," and "City Hunter."
Source: Star News and Hancinema
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