Lee Joon Gi To Return To A Drama Set In Present Day For The First Time In 4 Years With Criminal Minds Tonight

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Lee Joon Gi To Return To A Drama Set In Present Day For The First Time In 4 Years With Criminal Minds Tonight
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Lee Joon Gi To Return To A Drama Set In Present Day For The First Time In 4 Years With Criminal Minds Tonight

Lee Joon Gis upcoming Wednesday-Thursday drama Criminal Minds is his first drama set in the present day since MBCs Two Weeks in 2013.

In tvNs Criminal Minds, Lee Joon Gi will play Kim Hyun Joon, a crime scene investigator in the NCIs profiling team. Prior to this job, he was part of the SWAT teams bomb disposal unit.

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Kim Hyun Joon is often misunderstood due to his mischievous attitude, but his true concern and empathy for crime victims are proof of his warm heart. Interestingly, he is a character that was created for the Korean remake of Criminal Minds and does not exist in the original American series.

Reasons To Look Forward To Lee Joon Gis Role In Upcoming Drama Criminal Minds
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Reasons To Look Forward To Lee Joon Gis Role In Upcoming Drama Criminal Minds

Lee Joon Gi will be taking on the lead role of tvNs Criminal Minds as Kim Hyun Joon, a talented crime scene investigator and profiler who works at the NCI. Although his character is sometimes misunderstood due to his tendency to show off and be mischievous, Kim Hyun Joon is a character who cares deeply about his team and possesses a strong sense of justice.

The actors role in the drama is attracting a great deal of interest, as this is his first contemporary work in about four years and the dramas genre is similar to that of Time Between Dog and Wolf, a drama that is recognized to be one of Lee Joon Gis trademark works. Furthermore, as a widely acknowledged expert at action, fans are also looking forward to what kind of action scenes the actor will pull off for Criminal Minds.

Lee Jun Ki demonstrates his fierce charisma in still cuts for upcoming drama 'Criminal Minds'
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Lee Jun Ki demonstrates his fierce charisma in still cuts for upcoming drama 'Criminal Minds'

Lee Jun Ki was the focus of the newest photos from tvN's upcoming drama 'Criminal Minds.'

Jung Tae Won, the CEO in charge of the production company (Taewon Entertainment) posted still cuts of the Korean remake via Instagram.

The images revealed Lee Jun Ki in action as he crept through the woods in the dead of night looking for clues, gun in hand.  While another photo captured Lee Jun Ki looking fierce, illustrating the true highlight of the popular crime series.

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Lee Joon Gi Talks About Upcoming Criminal Minds Remake In Magazine Pictorial
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Lee Joon Gi Talks About Upcoming Criminal Minds Remake In Magazine Pictorial

Lee Joon Gi recently shot a pictorial for fashion magazine Marie Claires July issue where he talked about his experience filming for tvNs upcoming Criminal Minds.

Criminal Minds is a remake of the American TV show of the same name and reportedly stars Son Hyun Joo and Moon Chae Won in addition to Lee Joon Gi.

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Lee Joon Gi will play an NCI agent named Hyun Joon in the show. Unlike my other projects, I want to show a Lee Joon Gi who is more alive and active as Hyun Joon,' he said. I am having a good time filming it. I want to surprise the public with new characters every time.

Lee Joon Gi Talks About 'Criminal Minds' Role
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Lee Joon Gi Talks About 'Criminal Minds' Role

After starring as a vampire, as a king and countless other roles, and even taking on a villain role in the Hollywood blockbuster franchise "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter," Lee Joon Gi is set to take on a new role. This time, the actor will be starring in a crime procedural.

According toSoompi, Lee Joon Gi recently appeared in a pictorial for Marie Claire Korea and shared his thoughts about his upcoming role. The actor will be one of the lead stars of the Korean version of the ABC crime procedural "Criminal Minds."