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Cha In Pyo, Hwang Woo Seul Hye, Others Meet for ′We Need a Fairy′

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2011.12.28 10:35 Mwave Ko Hong Ju

Cha In Pyo and Hwang Woo Seul Hye took on the heavy burden of attempting to revive sitcoms on KBS, by taking on leading roles in KBS2′s upcoming sitcom, We Need a Fairy (working title).

The sitcom is the first to air in four years on KBS, and the station isn′t taking any chances, casting a mixture of big names and new stars, in order to draw in more potential viewers.

Photos of the first script reading, which occurred on December 22, were released recently, showing the cast members, including Cha In Pyo, Hwang Woo Seul Hye, Shim Hye Jin, Park Hee Jin, Lee Doo Il, Yoon Ji Min, Park Min Woo, and Woori, preparing for the filming in an amicable atmosphere.

Cha In Pyo, Hwang Woo Seul Hye, Others Meet for ′We Need a Fairy′

Cha, who′s taken on the role of Cha Se Ju, ‘the icon of gentleman’, showed his gentle side but spiced up the character, who always dreams of breaking away from the monotony of daily life, with his off-the-wall side.

Hwang Woo Seul Hye portrayed a four-dimensional fairy, Chae Hwa, in a lovely and lively way, foreshowing the birth of a new unique character.

Notably, Shim Hye Jin, who plays the role of Cha Hwa’s mother, read comical lines with her characteristic acting, causing the team to constantly burst out in laughter.

Cha In Pyo shared his feelings on his first appearance in a sitcom, “I’m so happy that I can work with good fellow actors and hoobaes (juniors). I hope we can shoot the sitcom in a healthy and happy mood from the beginning to the end.”

The first episode of We Need A Fairy is set to air on February 3, 2012.

Photo credit: Moss Company

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