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"Incarnation of Jealousy", the chemistry between the cast comes from studying hard on their scripts

2016/08/14 | Permalink | Source

The cast of the new SBS drama "Incarnation of Jealousy" is determined to win everyone's hearts.

In the behind-the-scene cuts released recently, actors Hong Hyo-jin (Pyo Na-ri), Jo Jung-suk (Lee Hwa-sin), Go Kyung-pyo (Ko Jeong-won), Lee Mi-sook (Gye Seong-sook) and Seo Ji-hye (Hong Hye-won) are with their scripts in their hands all the time and rehearsing with each other.

The cast here are veterans at what they do but they are modest and passionate about their work. Their bond gets stronger and stronger with each day and they even monitor each other.

"Incarnation of Jealousy" is a two-way romantic drama about a macho reporter, a chaebol and a weather reporter breaking down over jealousy. The drama is written by Seo Sook-hyang and directed by Park Shin-woo. The first episode is scheduled to air on the 24th of August.

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