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"Children of a Lesser God" Kang Ji-hwan and Kim Ok-bin

2018/02/25 | 294 views | Permalink | Source

OCN's first 2018 original drama "Children of a Lesser God" released stills of Kang Ji-hwan and Kim Ok-bin.

"Children of a Lesser God" is about an elite detective named Chun Jae-in (Kang Ji-hwan) who rationally solves cases based on evidence, and a female detective named Kim Dan (Kim Ok-bin) who puts herself in the shoes of the victims to solve crime.

The pictures of the two show them in conflict. With their different styles of investigation, they can't trust each other and even get to a point where they're holding each other by the collars.

Chun Jae-in looks very angry while grasping Kim Dan's collar while Kim Dann looked surprised. They frequently lose their tempers at each other.

For this scene, Kang Ji-hwan and Kim Ok-bin prepared themselves mentally before going into shoot. Lots of emotional effort was required for this scene and they managed to concentrate and draw attention to their scene. Even after the 'cut', it took them a while to snap out of it.

Meanwhile, "Children of a Lesser God" is directed by Kang Sin-hyo and written by Han Woo-ri starring Shim Hee-sub, Lee Elijah, Jang Gwang, Lee Hyo-jung, Lee Jae-yong, Ahn Kil-kang, Kim Hyung-bum, Yeon Je-hyung and more. The drama begins on the 3rd of March.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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