Will Kwon Sang Woo and Soo Ae appear in the same drama series?
Kwon Sang Woo and Soo Ae are expected to appear in the same drama for the first time.
On April 30, spokespersons for both actors said Kwon and Soo Ae are currently considering to appear in the drama series The King of The Beast, which is originally written by painter Park In Kwon who is known for Daemul and War of Money. They’re offer to play the leading roles of Choi Kang Chan and Yoon Nari, respectively.
The King of The Beast is the third part of the Daemul series. This will be the second time Kwon appearing in the Daemul series if he takes the offer.
A spokesperson for Soo Ae says, “Soo Ae was offered to appear in the series, but she hasn’t made a decision yet.” A spokesperson for Kwon also says, “Kwon Sang Woo was offered to appear in the series and is considering it now. But we’ll have to see because the series is not completely scheduled yet.”
Soo Ae played the leading role who suffers from Alzheimer’s in the drama series A Thousand Days’ Promise. She will soon start shooting movie Cold with Jang Hyuk early in May.
Kwon appeared in Hollywood movie 12 Chinese Zodiac Head and Chinese movie Repeat, I Love You. If he appears in the drama series, it will be his first drama series in two years after Daemul in 2010.Source: Starnews
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