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Ji Il-joo promotes "The Temperature of Love"

2017/09/17 Source

Actor Ji Il-joo encouraged fans to tune into his new drama, "The Temperature of Love", where he takes on the role of Kim Joon-ha.

The video of the actor was put on Naver TV Cast and Youtube. He said, "Hello everyone. I am Ji Il-joo in the role of Kim Joon-ha in the new TV drama "The Temperature of Love"".

"Kim Joon-ha is Seo Hyun-jin's (Lee Hyeon-soo) senior and junior to Kim Jae-wook (Park Jeong-woo). He is a drama director who dreams of success, but is known as the 'Hand of Minus' in the show business. He has a bright personality, but in a way brings out sympathy".

"We are having a great time making it and we hope you watch the broadcast of "The Temperature of Love".

Ji Il-joo has taken on several different characters in his past works and his character in "The Temperature of Love" is an anticipated new role.

Meanwhile, "The Temperature of Love" that stars Seo Hyun-jin, Yang Se-jong, Kim Jae-wook, Jo Bo-ah and others will begin on the 18th of September.

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