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Gong Hyo-jin and Jo Jung-suk's "Incarnation of Jealousy" script reading

2016/06/27 | Permalink | Source

Gong Hyo-jin, Jo Jung-suk, Go Kyung-pyo, Lee Mi-sook, Lee Sung-jae, and Park Ji-young had their first SBS drama "Incarnation of Jealousy" script reading.

The cast blended in with each other very well. Gong Hyo-jin takes on the role of Pyo Na-ri, a weather forecaster, Jo Jung-suk a macho reporter named Lee Hwa-sin and Go Kyung-pyo a handsome plutocrat.

Writer Seo Sook-hyang said things to increase the understanding of the script easier for the others and added words of encouragement here and there. Director Park Shin-woo helped the cast continue on a soft flow.

Director of headquarters Kim Yeong-sup said, "Despite the fact that this is their first time, the actors get along so well and I have a good feeling about this".

"Incarnation of Jealousy" is a romantic story of a reporter and a plutocrat meeting a weather reporter and fighting for her heart.

The first episode can be seen in August.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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