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Jo Dong-hyuk in "Inspiring Generation"

2014/01/09 | 851 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Jo Dong-hyuk is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Inspiring Generation" and he attended the press conference held in Seoul on the 9th. Director Kim Jeong-gyoo, Kim Hyun-joong, Im Soo-hyang, Jin Se-yeon, Jo Dong-hyuk, Kim Sung-oh, Kim Jae-wook, Yoon Hyun-min and Jo Dal-hwan were there.

Jo Dong-hyuk said, "I use a sword throughout the drama. I don't about myself getting hurt but I am careful to not let my opponent get hurt while I fling this thing".

Jo Dong-hyuk takes on the role of Sin Ichi, the action head of Denkai's (Kim Kap-soo) greatest Japanese Yakuza. He is the protector of Denkai's grand-daughter and heiress Gaya (Im Soo-hyang) and also adores her. He also knows the secret to her mother Ryoko's death.

Jo Dong-hyuk said, "Sin Ichi is the character who knows the various secrets of this organization. However, he keeps them a secret and is very loyal in a way. He's cynical and gentle".

Meanwhile, "Inspiring Generation" is a drama about the love, loyalty and friendship of Korean, Chinese and Japanese men. To be aired for the first time on the 25th.

Source : www.newspim.com/commo...

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