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Writer Noh Hee-kyeong impressed with Jo In-sung

2013/03/26 | Permalink | Source

Writer Noh Hee-kyeong of "That Winter, the Wind Blows" highly complimented Jo In-sung's attitude towards his work.

Starring as Oh Soo in the SBS drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows", Jo In-sung has been reviewed well for his meticulousness in every scene and every emotion he acts.

Noh says, "The one thing I remember most about the drama is when I saw Jo In-sung practicing his lines at 1AM in the morning and choking at the part where Oh Soo confesses guilt".

"Watching him express with his soul what being alive is, dying for something is, what passion is and what crazily means makes me think why dramas can't be fake and has to be done by man".

"I was impressed greatly by the way he translated the character and the way he's one with it. I won't be able to forget his passion. His journey as the greatest actor starts here and it's something we should drink to".

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