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[HanCinema's News] Jung Jin-young Photographed at Press Event for "Chief of Staff"

2019/06/13 | 223 views | Permalink

In anticipation of "Chief of Staff" beginning on June 14th, the production company held a press conference on June 13th at the Imperial Palace Hotel in the Nonhyun section of Gangnam. Jung Jin-young was a sight for the cameras of present South Korean media, statesmanlike and aging gracefully.

This is appropriate considering the power and influence of his character on Lee Jung-jae's, who is actually in the title role. While not the lead actor of the drama, Jung Jin-young has nonetheless attracted much attention in his supporting part for bringing necessary gravitas to the drama's serious concept.

Written by William Schwartz

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"Chief of Staff" is directed by Kwak Jeong-hwan, written by Lee Dae-il, and features Lee Jung-jae, Shin Min-ah, Lee Elijah, Kim Dong-jun, Jung Jin-young, Kim Kap-soo. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/06/14~Upcoming, Fri, Sat 23:00 on jTBC.

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