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Kim Rae-won, Shin Se-kyung, and Seo Ji-hye to star in KBS 2TV "Black Knight"

2017/10/16 Source

Actors Kim Rae-won, Shin Se-kyung and Seo Ji-hye are starring in "Black Knight", the story of a man who risks himself to protect the woman he loves. It's written by Kim In-yeong who also penned "The Equator Man".

Kim Rae-won takes on the part of Moon Soo-ho, an entrepreneur. He takes care of himself and doesn't outwardly display his feelings, but he is in love with a woman.

Kim Rae-won said, "I thought the drama was like a movie. Director Han Sang-woo's meticulous expressions and the writer's solid story convinced me that the drama would stand out".

Shin Se-kyung is Jeong Hae-ra, an employee at a travel agency. Everything in her life including her work and her boyfriend, is messed up. She is constantly experiencing hard times.

Shin Se-kyung will take on two roles with the second being quite different from Jeong Hae-ri.

Seo Ji-hye is Sharon, a devil that has lived for two hundred years.

"Black Knight" will broadcast in December after "Mad Dog".

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