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"Lie To Me" Kang Ji-hwan, turns royal

2011/04/20 | 3671 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kang Ji-hwan is 100% pure royalty.

Kang Ji-hwan has recently been cast as elite hotel chairman Hyeon Ki-joon who has everything from house background, intelligence and looks in the upcoming SBS drama "Lie to Me".

He is differentiated from "Secret Garden"'s 'plutocrat guy' Kim Joo-won (Hyun Bin) with his witty appeal.

His professionalism when he looked through documents and concentrating on hotel work like a real chairman made female staff look at him in awe.

A person in the production said, "Kang Ji-hwan is acting out the professional hotel chairman Hyeon Ki-joon perfectly, finalizing the completion of the drama. We hope many people look forward to him as he will show you the best of quality".

Meanwhile, "Lie to Me" is about Hyeon Ki-joon and Gong Ah-jeong (Yoon Eun-hye) who get involved in a marriage scandal due to an absurd lie and the episodes and events that follow.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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