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Shinee Onew may join Song Hye-kyo and Song Joong-ki in 'Descendants of the Sun'

2015/04/14 Source

Shinee member 'Onew' is currently discussing the offer to appear in 'Descendants of the Sun'.

'Onew"s agency SM Entertainment said on April 13th during the phone conversation with Newsen, "'Onew' is currently looking at the offer to appear in KBS 2TV's new drama, 'Descendants of the Sun' positively". His role in talk is a young medical doctor, who works with Song Hye-kyo's role.

'Descendants of the Sun' is about young soldiers and doctors, who dream of love and success in the extreme environment far away from home. It is a blockbuster human melo-drama that will portray the value of life through the lives of the characters.

'Descendants of the Sun' will be filmed in Korea and at several overseas locations. The drama will be aired in Korea and China at the same time during the second half of this year. As soon as the pre-production stage is wrapped up, the drama will begin filming.

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