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Seo In-guk, "I'm impressed by Nam Ji-hyun"

2016/11/27 | 3462 views | Permalink | Source

Seo In-guk mentioned co-star Nam Ji-hyun in the recent MBC drama "Shopping King Louis".

Nam Ji-hyun previously mentioned Seo In-guk in an interview: "Working with him was the best. We talked about how we were going to make the scenes work, especially the romantic scenes".

Seo In-guk said, "Ji-hyeon used the Kangwondo dialect, although if that was me, I wouldn't have been able to get out of it. But Ji-hyeon added emotions to the dialect and I think that's pretty impressive".

About calling her 'Bok-sil' Seo In-guk said, "Everyone else calls her 'Bok-sil ah' but I wanted to make it look different by calling her simply, 'Bok-sil'".

This is the second time he and Oh Dae-hwan have co-starred since OCN drama "Squad 38". The two actors' "dummy chemistry" was fun to watch.

Seo In-guk said, "We were both fools in that drama and our characters couldn't be friends but this time we were together a lot and we became close".

Seo In-guk is currently taking a break.

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