Monday, November 8, 2010

Park Shin-Yang, Kim Ah-Joong Starer Drama Title Set As "Sign"

The title to an upcoming TV series starring Park Shin-yang and Kim Ah-joong has been set as "Sign," according to producers GoldenThumb Pictures & Entertainment and Apollo Pictures on Monday.

"Heaven" had been the tentative title to the show, Korea's first medical drama on forensic scientists at a national institute for scientific institution.

In the series, Park plays a cold-hearted yet genius forensic scientist who dissects human bodies and Kim opposite him as an accident-prone newcomer forensic scientist who worships US drama "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" character Gil Grissom.

"Sign," helmed by famed producer Jang Hang-joon from movies "Break Out" and "Attack the Gas Station 2," will be a 16-part series which will air on public network SBS starting January 5, after "The President" starring Ko Hyun-jung and Kwon Sang-woo ends its run.

Park began his career in his debut film "Yuri" in 1996 and has starred in various movies such as "The Promise" (1998), "Let's Play, Dharma" (2001) and "The Big Swindle" (2004). 

The actor rose to fame for his role in hit SBS series "Love in Paris" alongside Korean actress Kim Jung-eun. 

Kim has appeared in various TV series and movies since making her debut in 2004, including KBS 'drama "Accidental Couple" and in the film "200 Pounds Beauty." 

She was recently cast as the female lead in the 20 billion won US-China joint production of the sports adventure film "Amazing." 

Reporter: Ko Jae-wan 
Editor: Jessica Kim 
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