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Won Jin-ah, Lee Dong-wook take roles in new medical drama

/ 08:32 PM March 05, 2018

South Korean actress Won Jin-ah. Image: Yooborn Company

Won Jin-ah has been announced as the female lead in the upcoming JTBC network’s medical drama ”Life“, together with acting heavyweights Lee Dong-wook, Cho Seung-woo and Moon So-ri, according to her agency’s officials.

It was reported by K-Pop Herald that Won was added to the cast just a month after her debut drama, “Just Between Lovers”, ended in late-January. Lee, who will play a doctor, and Cho, who will take the role of a hospital chief director, were confirmed as cast members in January. Moon will play the head of the hospital’s neurosurgery department.

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In the upcoming drama, which is slated to start in July, Won is set to play a doctor at the pediatric department of the hospital. It is written by Lee Soo-yeon, who debuted in 2017 with the tvN drama “Stranger”.

The medical drama will be directed by television producer Hong Jong-chan, who was well received for his recent production of “The Most Beautiful Goodbye in the World“, ”Deserving of the Name“ and “Dear My Friends”. JB

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