Actor Lee Dong Wook and Actress Lee Si Young were cast in upcoming KBS’s drama “Wild Romance”

Actor Lee Dong Wook will play the lead role of Park Mu Yeol and Actress Lee Si Young will play the role of  Yoo Eun Jae,who was a former judo player. The drama will be aired next January.

Lee Dong Wook was previously paid lots of attention with his drama, Scent of a Woman. Lee Si Young also received honorable mention for performing action scenes in her drama, Poseidon. Thanks to the excellent actor and actress,the drama, Wild Romance, is drawing lots of attention.

The hero, Park Mu Yeol, is a baseball player playing in Red Dreamers, which is the 2010 Champion In Professional Baseball. Park is a handsome guy but he is short-tempered and does not care a fig about other peoples’ feelings. He, however, has wound of love.  The heroine, Yoo Eun Jae is a bodyguard for Park and they have fallen in love together.

Lee Dong Wook, who previously played a guy who kept his ardent love in the drama, Scent of a Woman, will play the role of a baseball player, Park Mu Yeol, giving off his another charm.

Lee Si Young will play the role of Yoo Eun Jae, who was a former judo player and is a private bodyguard for Park Mu Yeol, has an unaffected personality. She will be falling in love with Park, guarding him. Lee Si Young, who is an actual amateur boxer, is good at performing action scenes and expressing feelings.

An official of the agency GnG  said, “Lee Dong Wook has a perfect body to act as a baseball player. And his soft personality matches the character of Park Mu Yeol well. Lee Si Young is an excellent Amazon, who is good at performing action scenes. She always does her best. Her honest and unaffected personalty matches the character of Yoo Eun Jae very well. That’s why we chose Lee Dong Wook and Lee Si Young for the drama.”

The drama, Wild Romance, is a romantic comedy. People will enjoy the bitter-sweet story of the drama that  baseball player and his bodyguard will be falling in love together. Wild Romance was written by Park Yeon Seon, who prevously wrote Age of Love, and produced by Bae Kyung Soo, who previously produced Notorious Seven Princess and A woman of the Sun.

Credit: Korea.com
Source :  Xportsnews

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