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[Photos] "Fantastic" Kim Hyun-joo and Joo Sang-wook's transformation

2016/08/04 | 2117 views | Permalink | Source

Teaser posters of Kim Hyun-joo and Joo Sang-wook's new JTBC drama "Fantastic" have been released.

Kim Hyun-joo steals the show on the poster as Lee So-hye, a drama writer who lives a full life ignoring the fact that she's a dying patient.

She's smiling brightly in the picture but on the other hand, a tear is running down her face.

Joo Sang-wook is completely the opposite. He takes on the role of Ryu Hae-seong, a top actor who is known for his bad performance, hence the nickname 'Balcaprio'. Joo Sang-wook looks handsome in the poster, but also serious; the caption says, "I know I am a bad actor and the whole world knows it".

Kim Hyun-joo and Joo Sang-wook's poster shoot went on in a lively atmosphere. Kim managed to get a tear running down her cheek on the spot and Joo Sang-wook came prepared as Ryu Hae-seong.

The first episode of "Fantastic" is scheduled to air on the 2nd of September.

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