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"Incarnation of Jealousy" Gong Hyo-jin, Jo Jung-suk and Go Kyung-pyo

2016/06/23 | Permalink | Source

Gong Hyo-jin, Jo Jung-suk and Go Kyung-pyo are starring in the new SBS drama "Incarnation of Jealousy".

"Incarnation of Jealousy" is a romance drama about a macho reporter and a wealthy man who meet a weather reporter and breaking down their style for love.

Gong Hyo-jin takes on the role of Pyo Na-ri, a weather reporter who dreams of becoming an announcer. Jo Jung-suk plays Lee Hwa-sin, a veteran reporter who is also persistent. Go Kyung-pyo plays a third generation plutocrat named Ko Jeong-won who is also Jo Jung-suk's friend.

Pyo Na-ri and Lee Hwa-sin start off on the most unbelievable terms. Lee Hwa-sin and Ko Jeong-won are best friends.

The three people are very competitive when it comes to love and work. The synergy between Gong Hyo-jin, Jo Jung-suk and Go Kyung-pyo is highly looked forward to.

"Incarnation of Jealousy" will start airing in August.

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