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"Incarnation of Jealousy" Go Kyung-pyo ready for transformation

2016/08/01 | Permalink | Source

Actor Go Kyung-pyo is coming back brand new.

He takes on the role of Ko Jeong-won, a 3rd generation chaebol who runs a luxury brand store. He is a city man with good looks and wealth. He has a warm character; gentle is his middle name.

The stills of the actor show him dressed in a simple suit without accessories and still represent him as stylish.

In every episode, he wears a different suit and looking at them is going to be one of the many things to look out for in this drama.

In reality, Go Kyung-pyo is suffering in a suit in this hot summer weather. Luckily, he likes wearing suits.

This is a new role of Go Kyung-pyo and he's going to become Ko Jeong-won on the inside and out.

"Incarnation of Jealousy" sources say, "We have made a new discovery about Go Kyung-pyo this time".

Meanwhile, "Incarnation of Jealousy" is the story of a macho reporter, a chaebol and a news reporter breaking apart over jealousy.

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