Actress Park Shin Hye Selected To Play Female Lead In "Heirs" Opposite Lee Min Ho
By Staff Writer | April 05, 2013 03:51 AM EDT
Actress Park Shin Hye will be the main character in famous screenwriter Kim Eun-sook's new drama "Withstand the weight of the crown: The Heirs"
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On the 4th, Park Shin-hye's management company S.A.L.T. Entertainment revealed that she has been selected to be the lead female role in the said new drama.
"The Heirs" are generating a lot of buzz with the duo of screenwriter Kim Eun-sook, who has written "Secret Garden""Lovers in Paris","A Gentleman's Dignity," and producer Kang Shin-hyo, who has produced "Midas" and "Hustler," with the cast of Park Shin-hye and Lee Min-ho.
Park Shin-hye has continued to soar since her debut in "Stairway to Heaven" and her recent success in box office through "Miracle in Cell No.7" is another accomplishment to her wall of famous works.
"I always hoped to work with Kim Eun-sook one day and I am grateful that the day has come. I am truly excited," Shin Hye commented.
Kim Eun-sook is reportedly in full swing, putting together a lovely female character that will be a perfect match for Park Shin-hye.
Featuring Park Shin-hye and Lee Min-ho, head by a great pair of screenwriter and producer, "The Heirs" will premiere in the coming Fall on SBS TV network.
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