Shinhwa's Dongwan to make a small-screen comeback
Dongwan of legendary idol group Shinhwa will be making a small-screen comeback for the first time in five years since filming SBS' 'Person I Love' in 2007.
The singer has recently been cast as the male lead of KBS' 'Be Strong, Mister Kim'. He will be playing the role of Kim Tae Pyung, a handsome and warm character who offers his help to those who need it.
"It's a daily drama that spans out for a long period of time, so I'm a bit nervous," Dongwan said. "However, I do feel assured as I will be working with staff members like Moon Bo Hyun, whom I've known since 'Goodbye Sadness', PD Hong Suk Goo who has a very stylish way of directing, and writer Cho Jung Joo who wrote 'The Princess' Man'."
"There are a lot of characters that have not been seen on daily dramas," Dongwan added. "I'm looking forward to it, and I will personally do some research in order to show you a better side of myself. I will continue to be a hard worker, so please show your interest and support."
'Be Strong, Mister Kim' will unravel stories of family bond and a sweet romance. The first episode airs this November.
Source & Image : Dispatch via Nate
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