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Kim Seon-ho to Star in "Startup" as Han Ji-pyeong

2020/01/06 Source

Actor Kim Seon-ho is starring in the new tvN drama "Startup", according to SALT Entertainment.

Kim Seon-ho's character of Han Ji-pyeong is the SH Venture investing company's number one team leader. He is the example of a successful man who has a nice house, a nice car with a yearly income in the hundreds of millions, and even models for magazines.

He is known as the Gordon Ramsay of investments. He reads the flow of money well and makes spiteful remarks to new founders so they get intimidated. Still, new founders continue to seek him out, because once they endure his painful remarks, they succeed.

Other than Kim Seon-ho, Suzy and Nam Joo-hyuk are considering the drama.

"Startup" depicts the story of a man and a woman who jump into IT start-ups that symbolize the Korean Silicon Valley.

It is written by Park Hye-ryeon from "Pinocchio", "I Hear Your Voice" and "While You Were Sleeping".

Source : sports.khan.co.kr/ent...

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