Song Ji Hyo's brother is debuting as actor in web drama with elder sister

Song Ji-hyo is starring in a leading role in the same web drama.

Song Ji Hyo
Cheon Seong-moon and her elder sister Song Ji-hyo.

'Running Man' member and actress Song Ji-hyo 's younger brother Cheon Seong-moon, who has appeared in the SBS variety show before, is going to make his debut as an actor soon. He will be seen appearing in an upcoming web drama.

As noted by website Soompi, talent agency Make You Company, popularly known as MY Company, which represents both Song Ji-hyo and Cheon Seong-moon, released a statement. "Cheon Seong Moon, who signed with us earlier this year, will appear in the web drama '29gram.' We ask for warm support and interest in actor Cheon Seong Moon who will be a scene-stealer in the drama," the agency revealed.

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Interestingly, Song Ji-hyo is also starring in the web drama in a leading role. Maybe they will even share screen space together in the project.

As noted, the character being played by Cheon Seong-moon is described as a cool and carefree man. His character is supposed to depict the present generation's dating habits. He has been training for his acting debut for many years under MY Company. So, it is expected that his performance will be good. If he can steal the scenes he is in, as claimed by MY Company, then he will have a very bright future ahead.

Cheon Seong-moon appeared in the March 19 episode of 'Running Man,' as his elder sister made some demands from him. For fulfilling his sister's demands, he was asked for a wish and he had said, "Let me hit my sister." Song Ji-hyo faced a wall while her brother kicked on her things and then ran away before she could retaliate. She proceeded to instead vent her anger on Lee Kwang-soo.

Web drama '29 Gram' deals with the lives and love stories of four influential social media personalities. It will be available through Olleh TV mobile first on October 17 at 6 p.m. KST. The first episode will air through Youtube and Facebook on October 24 at 6 p.m. KST.

This article was first published on October 16, 2017