Super Junior Donghae To Join ‘God’s Quiz 4’
By Staff Writer | March 22, 2014 02:29 AM EDT
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Donghae will be taking on the role of Han Si Woo, an elite member of the country's prestigious coroner's office, who deals with rare disease cases. He will appear as an honest and cheerful character with a neat appearance.
Donghae is not only a singer, but has previously proven his acting skill in numerous dramas, including "It's Okay, Daddy's Girl", "Ms. Panda and Mr. Porcupine", and Taiwanese drama "Skip Beat!". As such, there are high expectations for his new work.
CJ E&M's PD Lee Hye Young stated, "Asia's leading popular group Super Junior's Donghae will be trying a new role as a medical researcher. Just as he has already proved his acting abilities in various dramas, we expect him to add to the quality of the drama with his presence."
"God's Quiz 4" will depict the story of elite doctors working in the coroner's office who investigate unexplained deaths and unravel mysterious surrounding rare diseases. The show will air its first episode on May 18th.
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