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"Kill Me, Heal Me" Oh Min-suk's transformation

2015/01/04 | 1751 views | Permalink | Source

Oh Min-suk is now Cha Ki-joon, a workaholic in "Kill Me, Heal Me".

Oh Min-suk is an arrogant elite and the owner of an entertainment firm. Behind-the-scene cuts of him show his charisma.

Pictures on the 5th of January show Cha Ki-joon putting on his watch and necktie. He's wearing a navy-colored suit and a gold tie.

Even when Oh Min-suk is changing his costume, he looks like he's completely engrossed in the character of Cha Ki-joon. He tells himself that he's Cha Ki-joon and focuses on his character much before the actual filming time.

Oh Min-suk forms a rival concept with Ji Sung (Cha Do-hyeon) and holds the key to an important factor of the drama. To become the arrogant CEO that he is, Oh Min-suk takes care to notice his every little action and repeatedly discusses things with the staff before camera rolls.

Meanwhile, "Kill Me, Heal Me" is about a third generation plutocrat who has seven different identities and falls in love with his doctor. The first episode is to be broadcasted on the 7th of January.

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