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Kang Ji-hwan in "Big Man", a stylist, too?

2014/04/21 | 1024 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Ji-hwan has been analyzing his character for the new KBS 2TV drama "Big Man".

Pictures of the actor show that he's wearing a blue sweatsuit, sitting by the road as if it were his home. He is also wearing a camouflage vest that doesn't match his outfit at all, showing how unbalanced the character of Kim Ji-hyeok is.

The funny fashion brings about a friendliness to the character and his personality and traits blends in well with it.

This fashion statement was actually Kang Ji-hwan's idea. He has been looking in the wardrobe himself to create the 'Ji-hyeok style'.

He said, "It's important to be like him on the inside but I think what can be seen is just as important. To those watching, this minor thing can help Ji-hyeok's character seem more believable".

Meanwhile, "Big Man" is about a man who used to live a low-life, becoming the eldest son of a wealthy family, protecting the ones he loves from the world. To be aired on the 28th at 10PM.

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