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Kang Ha-neul broadens acting spectrum through play debut

By Kim Min-jin

  • Published : Nov 17, 2014 - 14:21
  • Updated : Nov 17, 2014 - 14:21

Actor Kang Ha-neul (Sam Company)
Actor Kang Ha-neul is seeking to broaden his acting spectrum as he is readying to debut in a play “Harold and Maude,” his agency announced Monday.

“Despite his tight schedule in both movie and drama filming, Kang had a strong desire to act in a play and is honored to make his debut with famous senior actress Park Jeong-ja,” the agency said. “The play will provide a great opportunity for him to develop further as an actor.”

Kang Ha-neul from "Misaeng" (tvN)
So far, Kang had experiences in various acting fields including musicals -- “Thrill Me,” “Assassins” -- and television dramas -- “The Heirs,” “Misaeng.” The actor has also acted in three films, “C’est si bon,” “Twenty” and “The Age of Innocence” which will be screened possibly next year.

The play “Harold and Maude” is to begin in January at Seoul National Theater.
By Kim Min-jin (minjin103@heraldcorp.com)

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