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Ji Jin-hee comes back in the Korean version of "Desperate Housewives"

2013/05/30 | 2619 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ji Jin-hee is attempting at his first man of affair role.

Ji Jin-hee is revising the offer for a role in the new SBS drama "Kind Words".

Known as the Korean version of "Desperate Housewives", this drama is about housewives who are in difficult situations because of dangerous love and flingy husbands. It is produced by Choi Yeong-hoon from SBS drama "OB and GY" and written by "Can We Get Married?". The production is done by HB Entertainment which Ji Jin-hee is a part of.

Ji Jin-hee takes on the role of Yoo Jae-hak, a good looking man who owns a medium company and seems to live a complete life but roams around after meeting a woman. He takes on the role of a flingy man with a family.

Meanwhile, Ji Jin-hee appeared in the cable channel tvN drama "Love Manipulation: Cyrano" and surprised the viewers. "Kind Words" will be broadcasted after "Jang Ok-jeong" in September.

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