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Hwang Tae-kwang to Star in "Beautiful World" with Park Hee-soon and Choo Ja-hyun

2018/12/27 Source

Hwang Tae-kwang is starring in the JTBC drama "Beautiful World".

He takes on the role of Lee Sang-woo, Ki-chan's father. Lee Sang-woo is a rich man who inherited a fortune from his parents and owns many buildings as well. Lee Sang-woo is a parent with a scampish and rough character. His co-stars are Park Hee-soon as Park Moo-jin and Choo Ja-hyun as Kang In-ha.

Hwang Tae-kwang has starred in various dramas such as the KBS "Suits", tvN "Signal" and "Plus Nine Boys", JTBC "D-Day" and "Yuna's Street" and XtvN "Revenge Note 2".

"Beautiful World" is a story about a boy on the brink of death due to school violence, and his family's efforts to discover the truth on behalf of their son. It explores the search of hope through the healing of one another's pain, even in a selfish world filled with lies, deceit, distrust, exposure and the disregard of others' suffering.

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