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'Kill Me, Heal Me' Ji Sung, his sweet smile in severe wintery weather

2015/01/12 | Permalink | Source

Actor Ji Sung's sweet smile warmed up the heart of people around him.

MBC drama, 'Kill Me, Heal Me' released Ji Sung's still image featuring his sweet smile that he would not give up even in the severe cold weather.

In the image Ji Sung smiles warmly like his character, Cha Do-hyeon and looks releaxed, while he is taking a rest between filming. This image contrasts to his another character, Perry Park, who is free-spirited and boasts thick accent when he speaks.

On standby, Ji Sung was holding onto hand warmer heat pack and kept smiling warmly with his typical docile eyes, which maintained the vibe on the set lively. He was spotted listening to staff members respectfully and responding with smiles.

A source from his agency said, "Due to the continuous cold weather below zero, there have been some difficulties in filming. Thanks to Ji Sung, who is smiley all the time during the filming, the vibe on the set is always kept energetic. He pays attention to each detail and communicates with staff members in order to bring the seven different characters to life. Please stay excited for the remaining characters".

Ji Sung took on the role of Cha Do-hyeon, who is a third generation chaebo and possesses 7 different personalities. Including the Cha Do-hyeon character with a demeanor like Britain's gentleman as well as Perry Park, who has tacky hairstyle and speaks thick southern dialect, he has been showing impressive acting performance.

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