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Ju Ji-hoon "I don't know if I've grown up"

2012/07/31 | Permalink | Source

Actor Ju Ji-hoon is coming back for the first time in 3 years and said he didn't know if he's grown up yet.

The press releasing event for the movie "I Am a King" took place on the 30th in Seoul.

Ju Ji-hoon took on the role of a crowned king and a slave who change identities in this drama. He said, "I waited so long for this".

He said, "The difference when acting two roles at once is that there was a lot of time but physically out of time".

He continued, "I had to meet with the director ten times to understand the character. We met everyday for about two months and talked about nothing but the drama. The elder actors and actresses also gave me a lot of help".

When he was asked if he matured a little, he answered, "I don't know. I meet my school friends often these days and I still don't know if I've matured up. I'll think about it".

Meanwhile, comical movie "I Am a King" about changing identities between a crowned king and a slave who looks just like him, is to be released in August.

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