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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Kim Dong-wook is Here to Clean House as "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo"

2019/03/11 | 273 views | Permalink

We finally have the first stills from MBC's upcoming "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo", as we get to meet Jo "Palm Blast" Jin-gap (Kim Dong-wook) himself. The hero with a temper will be aiming it at workplace injustice, a very timely topic that could use some dedicated social satire dramas.

Jin-gap goes from judo star to PE teacher to a civil servant trying to play it safe for the sake of job stability. This won't last long, of course, as Jin-gap's temper, his tenacity, and his sense of justice will be too strong to contain the man who has been nicknamed after a power move knocking opponents right out of the grasp of gravity.

Kim Dong-wook is a choice I have personally been very happy about. The actor has done such nicely diverse work in film and television, and he is a trusted talent I can picture in this role very well. May his Jin-gap blast injustice clean off the country! "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo" will follow "The Item" in April.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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