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[Photos] "I Have A Lover" Ji Jin-hee's double side

2015/12/02 | 1300 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ji Jin-hee went from good to bad boy in the star style magazine "High Cut".

The photo collection had images of Ji Jin-hee as the SBS weekend drama "I Have a Lover" cheater Choi Jin-eon and otherwise an innocent man. He looks like the most innocent man in the picture of himself with a cat on his shoulders.

In the following interview, Ji Jin-hee said, "I am happy with working in the drama. These days I think a drama has nothing to say without stories of affairs and cheating. It may seem different according to how we portray it".

"The most important thing is if there is emotion in our act or not. Kim Hyun-joo and I have done another drama together in the past. She is very good at being my counterpart. Thanks to her, it's easy for me to control my emotions. If it were forced it would have seemed really awkward".

Ji Jin-hee's photos can be seen in the 163rd issue of High Cut.

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