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"7th Grade Civil Servant" Joo Won's sly character

2012/11/27 | 1298 views | Permalink | Source

Joo Won has become a sly character in the drama "7th Grade Civil Servant".

Joo Wo spread his wings in his new disguise of a character on the 23rd in a café in Seoul.

Gil-ro (Joo Won) setting up a meeting with Seo-won (Choi Kang-hee) to find out her identity by threatening Jin-joo (Ha Si-eun).

Joo Won proved his expansion as an actor through this scene.

Producer Kim Sang-hyeob didn't hesitate in giving his actors and actresses advice and took care of the props himself.

After finishing the first scene in a light atmosphere, he said, "The first shot is always anxious and shaky. I enjoyed it although it was only the first scene. I was comfortable".

Meanwhile, "7th Grade Civil Servant" is based on a movie called "My Girlfriend is an Agent" and is produced by Kim Sang-hyeob. The cast includes Joo Won, Choi Kang-hee, Hwang Chan-sung, Kim Min-seo and more.

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