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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Lim Ju-hwan Joins "Different Dreams" As Japanese Prosecutor in Love

2018/10/01 | 542 views | Permalink

The cast of upcoming special project "Different Dreams" is shaping up nicely, and it looks like actor Lim Ju-hwan will be taking our heart for a spin alongside Lee Yo-won and Yoo Ji-tae. The actor has been confirmed as a Japanese character with Korea-friendly principles.

Lim Ju-hwan will be playing Fukuda, a Japanese prosecutor with the perfect looks, a good temperament and gentle manners. Although his nationality is Japanese, his loyalty is split between Joseon and Japan. He has a different charm to Kim Won-bong (Yoo Ji-tae), who is leading a dangerous double life, and he displays affectionate love towards Lee Yeong-jin (Lee Yo-won).

If that's not a big ol' 'Will Die' sign on his forehead, I don't know what would be. If the only reason for his appreciation of the country is that his crush was born there, I assume he will either turn evil and die, be evil and die, or become heroic and die. Whatever the case, Lim Ju-hwan will hopefully get a nice role. "Different Dreams" will begin its run in May of 2019.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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