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[Spoiler] "Kill Me, Heal Me" Heo Ji-woong makes special appearance

2015/01/28 | 1007 views | Permalink | Source

Heo Ji-woong made a special appearance on the seventh episode of MBC drama "Kill Me, Heal Me" as Oh Ri-on's (Park Seo-joon) editor.

Heo Ji-woong asked, "There have been many calls about the rights to the movie, have you changed your mind yet?" Oh Ri-on replied, "Please just keep it under control. Have you read the full-length novel yet?" and Heo replied, "I have. It was good. I can't sleep because I want to know what the next story is".

Heo Ji-woong expressed various acting tones in the short appearance that he made.

Meanwhile, Oh Ri-on said, "The story goes back 21 years ago. A child gets adopted but he doesn't remember it. He grows up as twins with another adopted child until he overhears his parents talking about his adoption. He also hears something about a rich family who might have something to do with him".

"When the child grows up, he investigates the rich family. He finds out the son of the family is the same age as him and makes his movie. Then, to be continued".

Oh Ri-on added, "Whether it's fiction or non-fiction, we need to find out more".

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