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Shin Jae-ha Cast in "My Unfamiliar Family"

2020/03/11 Source

Actor Shin Jae-ha is starring in "My Unfamiliar Family".

"My Unfamiliar Family" is a drama about misunderstandings and understanding between family and other family-like people helmed by PD Kwon Young-il and written by Kim Eun-jeong.

Shin Jae-ha plays Han Ye-ri (Kim Eun-hee) and Choo Ja-hyun's (Kim Eun-joo) brother, Kim Ji-woo. He adores his friend Park Chan-hyeok (Kim Ji-suk) like a brother and works at his company, Golden Goose Media. He pursues to be called a good person and has a good reputation in person.

Shin Jae-ha appeared in the MBC drama "Welcome 2 Life" as a bone-chilling villain and a rookie VIP team member who is considerate of people in the SBS drama "VIP".

The new tvN drama "My Unfamiliar Family" begins early this year.


"My Unfamiliar Family" is directed by Kwon Young-il, written by Kim Eun-jeong, and features Shin Dong-wook, Han Ye-ri, Choo Ja-hyun, Hyejeong, Kim Ji-suk, Won Mi-kyung. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/05/18~Upcoming, Mon, Tue 21:00 on tvN.

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