Girls' Generation YoonA to Star in New Drama, 'Prime Minister and I'
By Staff Writer | October 21, 2013 02:14 PM EDT
Girls' Generation member YoonA will star in a new drama series titled, "Prime Minister and I" which is looking to air in the month of December.
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This drama will be about a prime minister's love story for a young female reporter who wants to gather news information regarding about him. YoonA will play as the twenty eight years old female reporter. Along with YoonA, the male character will be Lee Bum Soo who will play as the prime minister named Choi Yeon So who is forty years old.
The storyline has been revealed to be similar to "The Sound of Music" which the prime minister will be dealing with a woman who enters his household as a private tutor. Though the production crew team as well as the writers are still deciding about this as well as planning the entire story.
This drama will be a romance comedy about a relationship between a man in his forties and a woman in her twenties.
One representative stated, " YoonA and Lee Bum Soo will start filming near the end of October. While in real life, Lee Bum Soo is 43 and YoonA is 23 so there is actually a twenty year age gap between the male and female leads, we are anticipating a new chemistry. In addition, this will be an important time to observe YoonA's transformation as an actress."
Will this drama gain attention as the months come by which leads to the airing of this show? Stay with us as more information comes out as well as the confirmed casts for the series.
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