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"Justice" Choi Jin-hyuk Talks About Son Hyun-joo

2019/07/30 | Permalink | Source

Choi Jin-hyuk was featured in the membership magazine The Neighbor.

Actor Choi Jin-hyuk sports various outfits in his own style.

In the following interview, Choi Jin-hyuk said, ""Justice" is full of intensity. It's fun wondering when my character, Lee Tae-kyeong, and Son Hyun-joo's character, Song Woo-yong, are going to fall apart and what's going to happen next".

Choi Jin-hyuk recalled the movie "The Divine Move" and said, "I was impressed at myself on the big screen and I think it's unique to have a movie be released a long time after it's been made. It makes you look forward to it".

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"Justice" is directed by Hwang Seung-gi, Jo Woong, written by Jeong Chan-mi, and features Choi Jin-hyuk, Son Hyun-joo, Nana, Park Sung-hoon, Lee Hak-joo, Lee Ho-jae. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/07/17~Now airing, Wed, Thu 22:00 on KBS.

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