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Lee Min Ho, Park Min Young, Goo Hara, and others start practicing lines for “City Hunter”

Seoul, Korea – Lee Min Ho, Lee Jun Hyuk, and Goo Hara have united.

On the 14th of this month, Lee Min Ho, Park Min Young, Lee Jun Hyuk, Goo Hara, and other actors and actresses carried out their first script reading practice.

Lee Min Ho, Park Min Young, Lee Jun Hyuk, Goo Hara, and other actors including Chun Ho Jin, Kim Sang Joong, Lee Hyo Jung, and Lee Gwang Soo gathered together in the SBS Production Center in Ilsan for three hours to do their first acting practice. It was later reported that there was a strong synergy flowing between the young and middle-aged actors, and the practice atmosphere was delightful.

The main characters, Lee Min Ho, Park Min Young, and Lee Jun Hyuk, especially showed greater passion for acting, as they practiced individually even after practice hours. The three actors are planned to star in “The City Hunter” taking on roles of Lee Yoon Sung, a Blue House National Map Communications Network officer with an MIT background; Kim Na Na, an ex-Judo athlete, Blue House bodyguard; and Kim Young Ju, Korea’s top elite prosecutor.

Lee Min Ho entered the vicinity that day with a clean black suit and wavy hairstyle, showing his more matured appearance. It was later reported that Lee Min Ho showed great passion as he makes a comeback from last year’s drama, “Personal Preference.”

Park Min Young, who showed her talents in “Sung Gyun Gwan Scandal” read Kim Nana’s lines perfectly as she enacted a “lively and outgoing” character, with her long black hair. Meanwhile, Lee Joon Hyuk, who will be taking on Kim Young Joo’s role, showed his tough side as he tried to act out the role of the loyal prosecutor.

It was also told that Goo Ha Ra, though it was her first ever line reading, received much praise from PD Jin Hyuk. It seems that she is showing great passion towards her role as it is her first official acting experience.

The “City Hunter” production team stated, “The scene was filled with perfect synergy between the new, young actors and the middle-aged veterans. We were able to sense the willingness of the actors to produce an excellent drama.”

In the meantime, the “City Hunter” is gaining keen attention with its handful of competent actors. Also many are expecting great things from PD Jin Hyuk, who was in charge of “Shining Inheritance,” and also from Hwang Eun Kyoung, a writer who has made her name through “New Heart” and “Substitute.” Originally a popular Japanese animation, “City Hunter” plans to make the original animation fitting for Korea, and the first episode is planned to be televised on May 25 after the showing of “49 Days.”

By Hongsam (idsoft3@reviewstar.net)

Source: ReviewStar (Original article in Korean)
Photo from ReviewStar DB
Translated by Ye Sul Kwak / Korea.com