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Oh Jung-se Joins JTBC's "A Model Detective"

2020/01/22 Source

Actor Oh Jung-se is starring in the jTBC drama "A Model Detective", a drama about the race between people who want to get closer to the truth and those who want to cover it up.

Oh Jung-se tackles the role of Oh Jong-tae, the son of a wealthy man in the area. Although he's cousins with Jang Seung-jo's character, they don't get along.

Oh Jung-se has had a busy year in 2019 with the film "Extreme Job" and the dramas "When the Camellia Blooms" and "Stove League". With every character he plays, he adds detail to perfect them, and anticipation builds on just what he will bring with this new drama.

JTBC's "A Model Detective" begins in April.

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"A Model Detective" is directed by Jo Nam-gook, written by Choi Jin-won, and features Jang Seung-jo, Lee Elijah, Son Hyun-joo, Park Geun-hyung, Oh Jung-se, Ji Seung-hyun. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/04~Upcoming, Mon, Tue 21:30 on jTBC.

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