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Jo Jin Woong surmises fans of 'Signal' might feel betrayed by his role in 'Entourage'

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In the October 28 airing of tvN's 'Entourage - The Beginning,' Jo Jin Woong showed some concern about how he might come off in the upcoming drama after his image in the highly successful 'Signal.'


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"It hasn't been long since 'Signal' ended but it feels awkward," he said. "In 'Entourage,' I think I'm returning as a more enjoyable character than the [detective] character. It feels like I'm still wearing someone else's clothes. I will adjust to it well in the future and will go meet everyone to have fun. Fighting, 'Entourage.' Extremely luckily for me, I got to meet a writer and director who loves dramas so much."


In more detail about his character, Jo Jin Woong said, "He's the opposite of Detective Lee Jae Han in 'Signal.' The viewers could feel betrayed. I have a blind motive. I'm a crazy chief who will do anything to make Cha Young Bin a star. It's a completely different image from that righteous and simple and honest one."

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    mr_a Sunday, October 30, 2016

    He gay

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    Melisandre Saturday, October 29, 2016

    Nah we know he's a great actor. We might feel betrayed if Signal doesn't get a second season though!

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    SpringxTempo Saturday, October 29, 2016

    I will love Jo Jinwoong in any role he plays tbh <3 BUT SINCE WE'RE TALKING ABOUT SIGNAL, I HOPE THERE WILL BE A SEASON 2!

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