KBS has recently unveiled the teaser for the drama, upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama, “Spy Myung Wol” and viewers can now see Eric as the sharp Korean star and Han Ye Seul’s plan to marry him, even though she’s a North Korean spy.
The pilot episode is to be released July 11th, taking the place of “Baby-Faced Beauty“.
Lee Seung Gi recently made an appearance on Japan’s Fuji TV’s “SMAPXSMAP“.
On June 13th, he made a guest appearance on the popular Japanese TV program alongside the Japanese singer Inagaki Goro of SMAP. On the show, the two acted as opposing rivals and Lee Seung Gi even showed off his comedic side through a comedy sketch. In the sketch, Lee Seung Gi plays, Hwan, operator of a Korean restaurant in Japan and has a girlfriend, Kumi. Lee Seung Gi and Inagaki Goro, whose character wouldn’t let go of an old girlfriend, acted as the typical cool guys in the sketch.
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Writer Kim Ye Ri, who was a script writer for SBS’s “Lie to Me“, has stepped down because of health reasons.
The last script written by Kim Ye Ri was the 10th episode, which aired last week, and writer Choi Yoon Jung filled in starting with the 11th episode. Consequently, the sudden replacement many questioned if the change occurred because of the declining ratings.
An official from SBS stated, “Low ratings is not the writer’s fault and is not a problem for which the writer is responsible. It is just that she could not write anymore because of her health.”
Takeuchi Yuko’s role of a detective in the 2010 drama special, “Strawberry Night“, will be reprised for a full-fledged drama adaptation. After her role as a single mother in “Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku”, alongside my Matsumoto Jun, this is a welcome change.
In the drama, Takeuchi plays, Himekawa Reiko, a non-career female detective who still managed to climb up the ranks in quickly. She has an incredibly sharp intuition that enables her to know the feelings of a criminals. The filming will begin this month. Takeuchi commented that ‘Strawberry Night’ will become much more powerful thanks to the new members of the team, so it might be even more fun this time.” Several key characters from the drama special will reprise their roles in the drama as well, including Takeda Tetsuya, Nishijima Hidetoshi, and Ukaji Takashi.
The drama special was based on Honda Tetsuya’s best-selling novel, “Strawberry Night”, about a mysterious serial murder case. The drama serial will continue his novel series about Himekawa Reiko, adopting the stories from many of his other installments.
“Strawberry Night” is scheduled by Fuji TV to start airing in January of 2012.