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[HanCinema's News] Lim Ji-yeon Shines Bright at "Tazza: One Eyed Jack" Press Conference

2019/08/09 | 330 views | Permalink

On August 8th Lim Ji-yeon and other stars attended the press conference for the upcoming film "Tazza: One Eyed Jack". South Korean media was on hand to cover the event, including one telling shot where leading man Lee Kwang-soo is whispering something into his old schoolfriend's ear while she muffles her own laughter.

Other photos cover her distinctive wardrobe for the event - Lim Ji-yeon is wearing an all white trenchcoat with a similarly shaded skirt underneath. Lim Ji-yeon also has a commanding high-heeled walk. The actress is currently appearing in the drama "Welcome 2 Life" with Rain. The poker-themed "Tazza: One Eyed Jack" will open on September 11th in the South Korean market.

Written by William Schwartz

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"Tazza: One Eyed Jack" is directed by Kwon Oh-kwang, and features Park Jung-min, Ryoo Seung-bum, Choi Yu-hwa, Woo Hyun, Yoon Je-moon, Lee Kwang-soo. Release date in Korea: 2019/09/11.

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