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Jo Jae-yun from "THE CHASER - Drama"

2012/06/24 | Permalink | Source

The source of the dialect supporting actor in the SBS TV drama "THE CHASER - Drama", Jo Jae-yun is speaking comes is Son Hyun-joo (Baek Hong-seok).

Jo is asked where he is from thanks to the dialect performance he puts on for the drama that is hot every Monday and Tuesdays. He says, "I was born in Chungju but I grew up in Seoul".

"While I was wondering a way to speak the dialect more fluently, I watched a movie by Son Hyun-joo in which he does the same. I imitated him watching the movie and the viewers liked it. He is where my dialect comes from".

Meanwhile, Jo is adding energy to the drama with his dialect and expressions. He is a gangster with 7 previous convictions who helps Baek Hong-seok by coincidence and is interested in detective Jo (Park Hyo-joo). "THE CHASER - Drama" is on every Monday and Tuesday at 9:55PM.

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