Lee Min Ho And Park Shin Hye Are Filming In California
By Joan MacDonald | August 21, 2013 11:55 AM EDT
Kdrama fans that live in the Los Angeles area should be on the lookout for signs of Lee Min Ho. The actor and his "The Heirs" co-stars Park Shin Hye and f (x)'s Krystal are on their way to the U.S. West Coast to film some of the drama's scenes.
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The SBS drama, "The Heirs," will film in California for about three weeks, shooting scenes in Los Angeles and in Malibu to illustrate the luxurious lifestyle of the drama's rich young characters. Lee Min Ho has been practicing surfing for this role, so a good place to spot him might be riding the waves on Malibu's beaches.
Most of the main characters in the "Gossip Girl" style drama are the high-school-age heirs of wealthy and powerful families.
Lee Min Ho, whose last drama was "Faith: The Great Doctor," plays Kim Tan, a student at an exclusive upscale high school, while Park Shin Hye, who was last seen in "Flower Boys Next Door," plays Eun Sang, the daughter of a deaf housekeeper. And yet they meet and wind up at the same high school. Cinderella story, anyone?
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