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"Iris 2" Jang Hyuk is the Korean Daniel Craig

2012/12/26 | Permalink | Source

Actor Jang Hyuk has become the Korean Daniel Craig.

Tae-won Entertainment revealed pictures of Jang Hyuk as Jeong Yoo-gun in the upcoming KBS 2TV drama "IRIS 2".

The pictures on this day show Jang Hyuk under the concept of English actor Daniel Craig from "007 Quantum of So lace". His styling and eyes are threatening.

About the shoot, Jang Hyuk said, "This character requires a lot of psychological description so the brain play and change of emotions will be very appealing. I wish to emphasize on Yoo-gun's uniqueness besides the fancy action".

Another source from "IRIS 2" says, "Jang Hyuk is quite outstanding in terms of understanding his character and is a hard working actor. He is going to mesmerize viewers with his action and masculine charms".

Meanwhile, "IRIS 2" will be aired for the first time on the 13th of February.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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