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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Jung Kyung-ho and Park Sung-woong's Clash in New Stills for "Life on Mars"

2018/05/17 | Permalink

What is a show about police work without man-ego leading to some fine clashing, and things become heated to the point of getting physical in "Life on Mars". Jung Kyung-ho and Park Sung-woong's characters are three decades and two conflicting personalities apart, which is going to bring about some glorious man-battles.

When a case similar to the one Han Tae-joo (Jung Kyung-ho) was working on in 2018 takes place in 1988, it sparks what feels like a fated collaboration between him and Gang Dong-cheol (Park Sung-woong). However, the two get along like water and oil, as the related article puts it. Their clashing investigation methods raise tensions, even to the point of physical aggression.

I'm really looking forward to the chemistry between these two. A perfectionist science nerd meeting a man who thinks a gut feeling qualifies as research sounds just like the unlikely buddy duo that one can enjoy the butting of heads and eventual bonding of. These two will be fighting for our entertainment starting June 9th on OCN.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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