Pictures of actor So Ji-sub and actress Lee Yeon-hee taken during their shooting of an upcoming SBS TV series have been revealed.
In photos release by the broadcaster on Wednesday, So and Lee are donned in suits and stand on the rooftop of a building, where they shot their first scene on top of a building for their new drama "Ghost" in early May.
The pair will play detectives in producer Kim Hyung-sik's show, where they work together to solve cyber crimes.
Also starring Choi Daniel, MBLAQ's G.O and Song Ha-yoon, "Ghost" will hit the airwaves every Wednesday and Thursday after current series "Rooftop Prince" ends its run later this month.
So made his debut in 1996 and has starred in numerous TV dramas and movies. The actor became a household name in the country and in Asia, with his roles in the 2004 hit series "Something Happened in Bali" (SBS, 2004) and "I'm Sorry, I Love You" (KBS, 2004).
He last starred in director Song Il-gon's film "Always" opposite actress Han Hyo-joo last year and recently wrapped up filming movie "Office Worker" with actress Lee Mi-youn.
Making her debut in 2001, Lee began her acting career by taking on a small role in "My Precious Child" (KBS, 2004) and rose to fame after starring in "East of Eden (SBS, 2008) with the Korean heartthrob Song Seung-heon.
Her most recent work is "Paradise Farm" (SBS, 2011), which also starred TVXQ member Max Changmin.
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