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[HanCinema's News] Ju Ji-hoon Acknowledges Coffee Car From Ji Chang-wook

2020/01/17

On January 16th Kaist Entertainment posted a photo on its Instragram account regarding Ju Ji-hoon, an actor represented by the agency.

In the picture, Ju Ji-hoon can be seen standing in front of a coffee car with a banner identifying the sender of the coffee car as being Ji Chang-wook. The banner also encourages the cast and crew of "Hyena" to do their best, and says that they have his support.

Ju Ji-hoon and Ji Chang-wook know each other from the 2012 drama "Five Fingers", which aired on SBS. Though the drama is mostly forgotten today, it would appear that Ju Ji-hoon and Jo Chang-wook still stay in touch thanks to that experience. "Hyena" is set to begin on February 21st. Though it is not clear when the picture was taken, it confirms in any case that "Hyena" is running a shooting schedule well ahead of its actual airdate.

Written by William Schwartz

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