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[HanCinema's News] Choi Jin-hyuk discusses "The Last Empress" on "We Will Channel You"

2019/02/27 | 1253 views | Permalink

On February 28th Choi Jin-hyuk will appear on the first corner of "We Will Channel You!", a talk show where the concept is built around a health club. He will discuss his work, and health with the hosts.

One noted topic of discussion will be how Choi Jin-hyuk worked with Tae Hang-ho who played a minor role in the drama as a bodyguard. The relevant character arc involved getting fit for the sake of revenge.

He will also discuss behind the scenes stories, like what was going with kiss scenes. Choi Jin-hyuk will also discuss his first meeting with Jang Nara.

There will also be a special visit from Oh Ah-rin, a child actress who plays the daughter of a princess. She will insist that from the very first day of filming she thought of Choi Jin-hyuk as being like her uncle.

"We Will Channel You" airs on Thursday nights at 11:10 PM KST on SBS. "The Last Empress" finished its run on SBS on February 21st.

Written by William Schwartz

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