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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Oh Seung-hoon Joins "The Item" as Jin Se-yeon's Colleague

2018/10/05 | Permalink

Actor Oh Seung-hoon has been cast in "The Item", the upcoming drama about objects with special powers. He joins the crew as a detective, and a colleague of Jin Se-yeon's character, Shin So-yeong.

Oh Seung-hoon's Seo Yo-han has eye-catching visuals that earn him the attention of women, and he is also a highly skilled detective who has the complete trust of his seniors. At the same time, he is a chic man who does not let the attention he receives faze him. He sounds like an all around cool guy to me.

The actor has commented that he is happy to be playing this character in what is his first role in a fantasy blockbuster drama. He has also added that he will work hard through this new perspective, in order to bring Seo Yo-han to life in a way that meets the audience's expectations. "The Item" will premiere in January on MBC.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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