A jungle-like city where money rulesâ€¦ A â€œdream teamâ€ embarks on confronting it on April 6.
In the Monday-Tuesday series â€œThe Slingshot,â€ Kim Shin (Park Yong-ha) declares war on the world of evil represented by Chae Do-woo (Kim Kang-woo), who wants to conquer the world using his wealth and power. The other characters include Do Jae-myung (Philip Lee), Chae Eun-soo (Han Yeo-woon), Park Moon-ho (Lee Moon-shik) and Ahn Kyung-tae (Park Ki-woong).
Every single episode of this drama is engaging and filled with tension, as the characters--each with their own destinies--try desperately to reclaim their dreams.
Poster of â€œThe Slingshotâ€ dream team
Philip Lee as Do Jae-myung, the â€œblack knightâ€ of the mafia. Do Jae-myung graduated from law school in the U.S. and acts as a â€œblack knightâ€ for ethnic the Chinese mafia in Chinatown, where he grew up. One day, he receives a call from his fatherâ€™s friend and returns to Korea to join the dream team.
Han Yeo-woon as Chae Eun-soo, Chae Do-wooâ€™s younger sister. Han Yeo-woon gained recognition for her impressive acting skills. She plays a woman who is like an â€œangel incarnateâ€ in contrast to her devilish brother.
Lee Moon-shik as con-man Park Moon-ho. Lee Moon-shik plays diverse roles in TV dramas and movies. In this drama, he portrays a man with hidden eloquence, excellent memory and plenty of guts.
Park Ki-woong as financial whiz Ahn Kyung-tae. Park Ki-woong drew the spotlight for performing the â€œmillstone danceâ€ for the telecom brand Sky. He plays Park Moon-hoâ€™s timid and unpredictable nephew who turns out to be a genius when it comes to stocks.
The distinct individualities of the dramaâ€™s characters and the astonishing acting of its cast make â€œThe Slingshotâ€ like no other. You can look forward to seeing it!
By: Jin Young-joo, KBSi
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