Ok, so the title of the article says its CONFIRMED. But reading the article, it seems KHJ is considering it, but not confirmed yet.
When you ask my side on this, Im quite, reluctant for him to accept this. I dont know. Well, Im not him, and Im not KEYEAST. So I dont know what is good for him. But with all the controversy Chosun Channel was in, Im quite not agreeing with it. And Im not sure if this SPEED is the same SPEED that Rain starred in? Or is that speed racer? If its the same (which I hope not), then, please. Dont let it be. By the way, me not totally liking the SPEED IDEA has nothing to do with SNSD's Sooyung being there. So no bashing ok?^^
Well, whatever KHJ decides, at the end of the day we still need to support.
[News] Kim HyunJoong, Confirmed To Cast In TV Chosun's Drama 'SPEED' Source: Nate English translation: Stephanie /@5StarsAs1/ www.i-kpoplovers.blogspot.com Please leave the credits remain intact when repost. TQ! :)
Debuting from the idol group SS501, singer Kim Hyun Joong is confirmed to star in Jongpyun channel, TV Chosun, upcoming latest drama 'Speed' as the lead cast.
As reported from broadcast medias, Kim Hyun Joong is confirmed as the lead actor for the expected new mini series drama next year April called 'Speed'.
According to the TV Chosun's authority on 5th December through the line with MyDaily, 'We've already discussed with the agency regarding the details of Kim HyunJoong's casting in the drama. Still, we have not sign the contract'.
On the other hand, Kim Hyun Joong's agency, KeyEast's representative said, 'We received the offers and we are currently reviewing positively'.
The blockbuster drama 'Speed' depicts a car-racing plot and it garnered many attentions as the director for this drama, Yang Yunho have also directed the movies 'Libera Me', 'Fighter In The Wind', and also KBS2 TV drama 'Iris'.
Aside from Kim Hyun Joong, actor Lee JungJae and SNSD's member Sooyoung are also expected to join the cast. It is known that Kim HyunJoong will be putting aside his solo singer's activities and focus on the acting industry in the first half of 2012.