'King of Dramas' Choi Siwon Makes First Appearance

By Staff Writer | November 13, 2012 03:18 AM EST

'King of Dramas' Choi Siwon Makes First Appearance
'King of Dramas' Choi Siwon Makes First Appearance


Super Junior member Choi Siwon appeared made his first appearance as a top star.

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On the Monday episode of SBS Mon/Tues drama "King of Dramas," Choi Si Won makes his first appearance.

In order to find a spot for the November dramas, Anthony Kim (Kim Myung Min) and Oh Jin Wan (Jung Man Sik) tries to cast Kang Hyun Min (Choi Siwon) as their male lead.

Anthony Kim says, "We have $10 million coming in from Japan. I promise you $100,000 every episode and will treat you like a top star. You can even make it into Japan and become a Hallyu Star." 

However, Oh Jin Wan tries to seduce him elsewhere and trying to cast him on "Sophisticated Revenge 2."

Kang Hyun Min says, "I'm so confused. I wish I could read a script, it gives me a headache."

Viewers are anticipating the comedic performance to come from Choi Siwon, who plays an unintelligent actor.

Tagged :  King of Dramas, Siwon, Super Junior, SBS

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