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[Exclusive] Park Hae Jin and Lee Bo Young Cast for ‘My Daughter So Young’

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2012.08.20 09:37 CJ E&M enewsWorld Choi, EunHwa Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Park Hae Jin and Park Bo Young are confirmed to be casted in KBS’ upcoming drama My Daughter So Young (working title, My Daughter Seo Young).

Recently, a production company affiliate told enews, “Park Hae Jin and Lee Bo Young will be working together in the new weekend drama My Daughter So Young” and “The cast and the staff had their first script reading last weekend in a positive atmosphere.”

[Exclusive] Park Hae Jin and Lee Bo Young Cast for ‘My Daughter So Young’

In this drama, Park Hae Jin will act as Lee Bo Young’s twin brother. He will play an important character who will attempt to rekindle the broken relationship between Lee Bo Young and their father (Chun Ho Jin).

Lee Bo Young will play a tough woman who tries to escape the harsh life of poverty. With a strong passion to gain success, Lee Bo Young will overcome her lower status and rise in society.

Korean fans are already anticipating the release of the drama with news of Park Hae Jin returning to the small screen. While working as an actor and singer in China and Japan, Park Hae Jin will be meeting with Korean viewers after three years.

Lee Bo Young is also raising anticipation for her acting transformation after being in KBS’ Equator Man.

Meanwhile, My Daughter So Young will follow up Unexpected You and will be led by director Yoo Hyun Ki, who also worked on Brain and Master of Study. The drama will be written by writer So Hyun Kyung, who also worked on SBS’ Brilliant Inheritance, 49 Days,, and Prosecutor Princess. My Daughter So Young will also feature Lee Sang Yoon, Park Jung Ah, Chun Ho Jin and more, and will premiere on September 15.

Photo Credit: Kim Byung Kwan, WM Company

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