CNBLUE Lee Jung Shin "'My Daughter Seo Young' First Showing is the Best Birthday Gift."
By Staff Writer | September 13, 2012 05:24 PM EDT
CNBLUE member Lee Jung Shin, who got the role of Kang Sung Jae in KBS weekend drama "My Daughter Seo Young" that will be aired on Saturday, said "The first airing is on my birthday, so it will be my biggest birthday present."
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Lee Jung Shin got the role of school's last place Kang Sung Jae who is different from his brother Woo Jae (Lee Sang Yoon) and sister (Park Jung Ah). He falls into studying with the help of his tutor Seo Young (Lee Bo Young).
Lee Jung Shin arrived at Kimpo airport two hours before the production presentation on Tuesday due to CNBLUE activities.
Lee Jung Shin said, "I organized the entire music schedule to avoid conflict with the drama schedule. Since it is a piece that I wanted to do so much, I will do my best to not be a harm." One of the staff gave Lee Jung Shin's enthusiasm a high score saying, "He is very serious about the drama and also passionate at the set."
"My Daughter Seo Young" is about a story between daughter and father, and it is directed by Yoo Hyun Ki PD who directed "God of Study," and "Brain." Also, the script is written by So Hyun Kyung who wrote "Prosecutor Princess," and "49 days." The drama, with the actors Lee Bo Young, Lee Sang Yoon, Park Hae Jin, Park Jung Ah and Lee Jung Shin, will be aired every Saturdays and Sundays.
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