The entertainment world promotional cycle is pretty predictable. If a star has an upcoming or current project, it’ll usually be accompanied by photo spreads and CFs and other activities all at the same time. Kang Ji Hwan is headed back to the small screen in April with Big Man on KBS and he’s also gracing the pages of Singles Magazine in its March edition. Big Man has been on a steady casting spree for the last two weeks and the only thing missing right now is a leading lady to go along with the stellar group of Kang Ji Hwan, Daniel Choi, and Jung So Min. Jung Ryeo Won was in talks for the role but has reportedly declined which is a shame since she’s eclectic and quirky and a lot of fun to watch. Since she passed on the role, my repeated nightly chants of “please pick someone great” isn’t getting exhausting in the least, I have to stick with it because if an actress I don’t like is cast then it’s pretty much a no-go for me. It’s getting harder and harder to slog through a drama with an actor or actress that rubs me completely the run way. Big Man won’t start filming for another month so I can’t say whether Kang Ji Hwan’s look for the drama will look anything like this Singles photo shoot. I love the shoot but it’s a little overdone with the fog machine. I reckon the theme is rebel in the mist or something like that. Or maybe emo guy in smoke. I love all the shots except for the one where he’s wearing a giant feminine looking hat, which totally reminds me of Jung Kyung Ho‘s photo shoot last year where he was also sporting a giant hat for some strange reason. I’m glad he’s playing a bottom rung type of character in Big Man, it sounds like a great rough and tumble type of role that I’ve been wanting to see him try out.