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Ji Jin Hee’s New SBS Drama Delays Premiere Following His Injury On Set



Ji Jin Hee’s New SBS Drama Delays Premiere Following His Injury On Set

After actor Ji Jin Hee was injured on set, SBS has postponed the premiere of their upcoming drama “Second to Last Love” (working title).

The first episode of this new drama was originally scheduled to air on July 23. However, star Ji Jin Hee recently sustained an injury to his nose during an action scene, when he was reportedly punched in the face by a fellow actor. The production team has decided to delay the show’s first episode until July 30 while he recovers from surgery on his nose.

A representative from SBS’s drama department says, “We are doing our best to make an even better quality drama for viewers considering that the show has been delayed for a week. Please look forward to it.”

“Second to Last Love” also stars Kim Hee Ae, Stephanie Lee, Kim Seul Gi, Lee Soo Min, and more.

 


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November 21, 2017


Drama "Misty" to film Thailand

 

Source: Nate via HanCinema.net

 

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According to several sources, the JTBC drama "Misty" will film in Thailand for about a week. Staff are heading there first and the main characters will be departing this weekend.

 

"Misty" is a melodrama about Korea's greatest anchor being suspected of murder and her husband who is her lawyer.

 

Kim Nam-joo is coming back with a drama for the first time in six years and she plays the role of anchor Ko Hye-ran. Kang Tae-wook, her husband and lawyer, will be played by Ji Jin-hee.

 

"Misty" will be released in January next year.

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January 31, 2018

 

Romance thriller 'Misty,' enthralling story of success, unpretentious love
 

By Woo Jae-yeon

 

SEOUL, Jan. 31 (Yonhap) -- For many South Korean TV drama viewers, the combination of two veteran actors -- Kim Nam-joo and Ji Jin-hee -- as a problematic married couple could be appealing enough for them to sit and watch their new series.

 

Actress Kim, nicknamed the "queen of ratings" because of the high popularity of every TV series she is in, returns to the small screen for the first time in six years with JTBC's new romance thriller, "Misty."

 

"This script is exactly the one I have been waiting for," Kim said at a press conference to promote the series in Seoul on Wednesday.

 

"The character Go Hye-ran was surprisingly similar to my young self in that she is so desperate to become successful. I was confident I could portray Go well, as I saw myself in that role."

   

The actress was frank about how much she sympathized with the character.

 

"The character reminded me of when I was young. (Like Go,) I had an unhappy childhood. When I'd just started my career, I recklessly went after money and success."

  

Actors Ji Jin-he (L) and Kim Nam-joo enter the press conference for "Misty," set to premiere on JTBC on Feb. 2, 2018. (Yonhap)

Actors Ji Jin-he (L) and Kim Nam-joo enter the press conference for "Misty," set to premiere on JTBC on Feb. 2, 2018. (Yonhap)

 

The romantic thriller revolves around popular anchorwoman Go, who does whatever it takes to maintain her fame and success. But her life begins a downward spiral after she is named a person of interest in a murder case. Her husband, Kang Tae-wook, played by Ji Jin-hee, the star of the popular period drama "Jewel in the Palace," comes to her rescue by defending her as her lawyer.

 

The actor is expected to play a faithful husband with unconditional love -- the kind of character he is best known for.

 

"Kang promised his wife that he will help her achieve success no matter what," Ji said. "It is the way he loves her."

   

Producer Mo Wan-il said the names of the two actors naturally came up while he was discussing the potential cast with the scriptwriter.

 

"It was a very rare experience that we named the same two actors simultaneously. It was as if the writer wrote the story while having them already in mind," he said.

 

Go is a self-made career woman who has been in the most sought-after position at a network for seven years. She married public defender Kang who is from an influential family.

 

Outwardly she looks confident and self-assured, with fame, money and a happy family. But in reality, she is constantly on edge and fearful of losing things she has achieved.

 

"As the title 'Misty' suggests, the drama looks into the truth of life shrouded in uncertainty. The cast members are really doing their best to tell the real story and feelings as sincerely as possible," the producer said.

 

"Beyond passionate romance, I would like to depict unpretentious love, be it a married couple's love or that of an extramarital affair," he said, adding "This is more than just a gripping story."

   

The series is set to premiere at 11 p.m. on Friday.

 

This image provided by JTBC shows a poster for "Misty," a new TV series on the network. (Yonhap)

This image provided by JTBC shows a poster for "Misty," a new TV series on the network. (Yonhap)

 

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Ji Jin Hee To Play Leading Role In tvN’s Korean Remake Of U.S. Series “Designated Survivor”

 

Ji Jin Hee is set to lead a new drama!

 

His agency HB Entertainment confirmed the news on January 7 that Ji Jin Hee will play the leading role of Park Mu Jin in tvN’s “Designated Survivor.” He had previously been in talks to star in the drama and now it has been confirmed.

“Designated Survivor” will be a Korean remake of a popular U.S. series of the same name, and will tell the story of a bomb going off during a presidential speech, the terror attack causing devastation and leaving the head of the Ministry of Environment, 12th person in the line of succession, in charge to run the country. He must serve as the acting president for 60 days and protect his country and family from various forces.

Ji Jin Hee will take on the role of Park Mu Jin, the head of the Ministry of Environment and a former professor of chemistry at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). His character has no political principles, ambitions, or greed for authority, he simply wants to bring out the best results in experiments and studies. With such an unlikely figure suddenly being put in charge of running the country, the drama plans to take a deep dive into Park Mu Jin’s anguish and confusion as he attempts to protect everyone.

HB Entertainment stated, “Ji Jin Hee will appear in ‘Designated Survivor.’ Over the years, he has received love for his layered characters and unmistakable presence, and we hope people will be excited to see what changes he undertakes as an actor for his new role in the new drama.”

tvN’s “Designated Survivor” is set to air in the first half of 2019.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1288739wpp/ji-jin-hee-play-leading-role-tvns-korean-remake-u-s-series-designated-survivor

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