[Intern reporter Lee Hae-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
‘Fly Dragon’ Kwon Sang-woo and Bae Seong-woo go to the reception desk with a hot and pleasant combination play.
On the 22nd, SBS’s new Friday and Saturday drama ‘Fly Dragon’ (director Kwak Jeong-hwan, playbook Park Sang-gyu), which will be aired for the first time on the 30th, released the behind-the-scenes cut of Kwon Sang-woo and Bae Seong-woo, who will turn the world upside down by showing hilarious moments. From a cheerful look full of laughter to a thorough effort to immerse yourself in the character, it adds anticipation to the unprecedented combination play that the two will show.
‘Fly Dragon’ is a hot story between two men who represent the voices of victims of the lawlessly accused of justice to the world. A high school graduate with nothing attorney and a clunky, yet grim, livelihood reporter who moves his mind with only one ‘speech’. This delightful and exhilarating painting. Director Kwak Jeong-hwan and writer Park Sang-gyu, who showed in-depth directing through the series ‘Miss Hammurabi’ and ‘Chief of Staff’, work together to create a new drama. Leading by Kwon Sang-woo and Bae Seong-woo, actors such as Kim Joo-hyun, Jung Woong-in, Lee Won-jong, Park Ji-il, Ahn Si-ha, Kim Hye-hwa, Cha Sun-bae, and Sa Hyun-jin all came out to complete a powerful lineup. In addition, Kim Eung-soo, Jo Sung-ha, and Kim Gap-soo appear as key figures leading the play to add strength.
The behind-the-scenes photos released on this day include Kwon Sang-woo and Bae Seong-woo, exuding extraordinary chemistry even outside the camera. Kwon Sang-woo, who has transformed into Park Tae-yong, a publicly elected lawyer with a sense of justice and a remote place like the Pacific Ocean, is exploding passionate passion all over the set. Kwon Sang-woo, who said, ‘I am doing my best every moment so that Park Tae-yong’s sincerity can be conveyed well’ is a super intensive mode anytime, anywhere. The appearance of him falling in the script with his bag around causes excitement. In the image of holding the first row of monitors and looking back on one’s performance, I can feel the detail not to miss a small part. “Actor Kwon Sang-woo has a heavy sincerity and a sense of comedy. In his comical appearance, you will feel both emotion and salty heart.” As writer Park Sang-gyu said, attention is drawn to his performance.
Bae Seong-woo, who is perfectly possessed as a livelihood reporter’Park Sam-soo’, who is able to open the hearts of people with a natural’glitch’, also looks full of passion. His sincere gaze, who exchanges opinions with director Kwak Jeong-hwan during filming, reveals his skillfulness not to miss even the smallest details. You can also feel the pleasant atmosphere of the scene from Bae Seong-woo’s ‘childlike beauty’ who makes a V to the camera. Writer Park Sang-gyu said, “Actor Bae Seong-woo is a clunky but soft inside reporter Park Sam-soo. He is also Park Sam-soo himself.” In the following photos, Kwon Sang-woo and Bae Seong-woo’s harmonious appearance also attracts attention. It is interesting to see the two people fiercely contemplating and talking about the emotions of the character even during the shooting break. Just by looking at the photos, Kwon Sang-woo and Bae Seong-woo, who radiate the perfect chemistry, will look like the reverse electrode for the realization of justice, and attention is paid to the unstoppable rebellion of the two who will make viewers laugh and resonate.
Actors are also said to receive good energy from the field. Kwon Sang-woo said, “I do not know how time is going and I am focusing on shooting every moment. Thanks to the staff who enjoy the scene, we are shooting happily.” Bae Seong-woo also said, “I am serious when shooting, but the atmosphere is so good that I can’t stop laughing.”
On the other hand, SBS’s new Friday and Saturday drama ‘Fly Dragon’ will be aired for the first time at 10 pm on the 30th, following ‘Alice’.
Photo courtesy| Studio & New
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