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[HanCinema's News] Lim Ji-yeon Talks About Doing "Tazza: One Eyed Jack" With Old School Chum Park Jung-min

2019/08/08 | 229 views | Permalink

On August 8th Lim Ji-yeon made some comments at a press conference for "Tazza: One Eyed Jack" about working with Park Jung-min. The issue came up because they both attended the same school (The Korean National University of the Arts) at the same time.

Lim Ji-yeon said that this was indeed the first project the two were doing together and that once she found out Park Jung-min was involved her expectations went up accordingly. She recalled playfully engaging in banter with him a fair amount on campus, but finding that same presence on the filming set to be oddly comforting.

"Tazza: One Eyed Jack" has been confirmed for a release on September 11th. Lim Ji-yeon has currently been drawing attention for her leading role on the currently airing fantasy drama "Welcome 2 Life" with Rain.

Written by William Schwartz

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"Tazza: One Eyed Jack" is directed by Kwon Oh-kwang, and features Park Jung-min, Ryoo Seung-bum, Choi Yu-hwa, Woo Hyun, Yoon Je-moon, Lee Kwang-soo. Release date in Korea: 2019/09/11.

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