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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Misty" Seo Ji-hoon up for "Life on Mars"

2018/02/26 | Permalink

This is some very lovely news, or rather will be, if actor Seo Ji-hoon accepts. According to a piece by Starnews, OCN has stated that the actor is considering completing the main cast of "Life on Mars" as the team's youngest detective. "Life on Mars" is about a detective ending up in the past following a serious accident.

While the other actors are also in the consideration phase, the cast that is shaping up is quite impressive. Since his role as Jang Tae-jin in "Signal", Seo Ji-hoon has been trying out different genres and characters, so I'm curious to see his progress in his craft. He was a lovely, supporting presence in "Solomon's Perjury", and I can't wait to dive into his character in "Misty".

Let's hope that everyone currently considers start confirming roles soon! "Life on Mars" will be following "Mistress" on OCN, so we still have plenty of time to get excited.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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