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"Jekyll and I" script reading session with Hyun Bin and Han Ji-min

2014/12/17 Source

The script reading session of new SBS drama "Jekyll and I" took place in the SBS Ilsan Center on the 2nd. Director Jo Yeong-gwang, writer Kim Ji-woon-II, creator Kim Yeong-hyeon and Park Sang-yeon and the cast Hyun Bin, Han Ji-min, Sung Joon, Lee Deok-hwa, Han Sang-jin, Lee Seung-joon, Lee Won-geun, Kwak Hee-sung, Lee Se-na, Oh Na-ra and others were there.

Jo Yeong-gwang started out by saying, "I did my best to bring together a great cast. You are all actors and actresses fit for your characters. It would be a long journey but I hope you all work with me".

Hyun Bin showed amazing concentration. He played two roles at once and perfectly.

Sung Joon, Lee Deok-hwa, Han Sang-jin, Lee Seung-joon and others all did their best as well. Four hours later, everyone greeted everyone and talked about the drama.

"Jekyll and I" is a romantic comedy about a bad guy named Jekyll and a good guy named Hyde, both falling in love with the same woman.

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