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Choi Jin-hyuk reappears in "Gu Family Book"

2013/05/10 | 868 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Choi Jin-hyuk claimed that reappearing in the MBC drama "Gu Family Book" was 'pressuring'.

He said, "I think I have to become better since the first and second episodes were good". He's going to appear more often in the drama. He was going to appear again in the middle of the drama but it wasn't clear then. The great demand for his character also played a part in having effect.

Choi Jin-hyuk seemed silent about his reappearance but he said, "There won't be much of that cheerfulness or purity in the upcoming episodes. I will become completely different".

Choi Jin-hyuk acted out the role of Goo Wol-ryeong, a mountain god in the first and second episodes. He decided to become a human as he fell in love with human Yoon Seo-hwa (Lee Yeon-hee) but she betrayed him and he disappeared.

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