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"Whisper" director, "Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young monitor each other at work

2017/03/08 | 9041 views | Permalink | Source

Director Lee Myeong-woo talked about Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young.

Lee Myeong-woo reacted positively to Ji Sung appearing as cameo in the new SBS drama "Whisper".

He said, "The set is being used by "Whisper" and "Defendant". Ji Sung comes over to monitor his wife. Lee Bo-young tells him to go".

"She asks me to make him stop coming".

"We know each other well because we worked together in the past. He comes often because we're close. Then the staff from his set comes and takes hm away".

It turns out that Lee Bo-young does that too. They go back and forth each others' sets to monitor each other. One of them is in a prison uniform.

Meanwhile, the new SBS drama "Whisper" stars Lee Bo-young, Lee Sang-yoon, Kwon Yool, Park Se-young, Kim Kap-soo, Kim Hong-pa, Kim Hae-sook, Kang Shin-il, Kim Chang-wan, Won Mi-kyung and more.

Source : www.mydaily.co.kr/new...

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