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[Spoiler] "Secret Door" Jang In-seob takes off uniform for Lee Je-hoon

2014/11/24 | 578 views | Permalink | Source

Jang In-seob helped Lee Je-hoon to the end.

On the nineteenth episode of the SBS drama "Secret Door", Jang Dong-gi (Jang In-seob) who passed the qualification exam, won first place in the state examination. However, he soon hears that Lee Seon (Lee Je-hoon) is having conflicts with Yeong Jo (Han Seok-gyu) due to this matter.

Jang Dong-gi gave up his uniform telling Lee Seon that he didn't want him to lose his authority because of him.

Jang In-seob who appeared as Jang Dong-gi who greatly affected Lee Seon's political directions, managed to portray the character's extreme change of mind very well.

In the scene where he says goodbye to Lee Seon, he doesn't speak at one point and just smiles as if his words got caught in his throat.

Meanwhile, Jang In-seob in starring in a Vietnamese collaborated drama called, "Today's Youth" and KBS 2TV "The King's Face".

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