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Ju Ji Hoon Lands On The Cover Of Esquire Korea’s November Issue

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The cover boy for this year’s November issue of Esquire Korea Magazine is none other than Ju Ji Hoon.

Ju Ji Hoon’s eyes glow as he poses in front of the camera for the magazine’s photo shoot. As the camera snaps, he completely projects an image of an alluring and successful man.

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The magazine’s Digital Director Min Young Jun sits down with Ju Ji Hoon for an interview. He speaks about his acting career, particularly his recent films and upcoming project.

The actor starred in box-office hits The Spy Gone NorthAlong with the Gods: The Two Worlds  in 2017, and its sequel Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days (2018). He also headlined the crime drama movie Dark Figure of Crime (2018).

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With regards to the critics and viewers response to the movies mentioned, Ju Ji Hoon said “I was really blessed in my position because I got a positive evaluation for each movie, and it was an experience that allowed me to have a broader perspective as an actor”.

In Dark Figure of Crime, he plays the character of a serial murderer who confessed about his crimes. It is the actor’s first time playing a villainous character. He also praised his co-star Kim Yun Seok for they complemented each other well.

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He is also starring in Kingdom, an original series produced by popular streaming site Netflix. Kim Eun Hee (Signal) and Kim Sung Hoon (Tunnel) co-penned the series.

The actor is shooting for his upcoming drama, Item, scheduled to air in the first half of 2019. He looks forward to the future. He is feeling more responsible as he wants to be a memorable person as well as an actor.

READ: Ju Ji Hoon & Jin Se Yun To Star In MBC’s Supernatural Drama “Item”

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The actor’s complete interview is available on Esquire Magazine November 2018 issue. Get a copy through online and physical bookstores across South Korea. It will also appear on Esquire’s homepage.

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