‘Queen Cheorin’ Kim Jung-hyun “I wanted to work with Shin Hye-sun, so I decided to appear”

[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]

Actor Kim Jung-hyun told his feelings on appearing in ‘Queen Cheorin’.

On the morning of the 9th, the production presentation of tvN’s new Saturday and Sunday drama ‘Queen Cheorin’ (played by Park Gye-ok Choi A-il, director Yoon Seong-sik) was held. Due to the aftermath of the spread of COVID-19 (a novel coronavirus infection), this production presentation, which was broadcast live online, was attended by director Yoon Seong-sik, Shin Hye-sun and Kim Jung-hyun.

Kim Jung-hyun is the king of scarecrows who seem to be lax and easy, but he is divided into the iron bell with a sharp and hard inside.

Kim Jung-hyun said, “I’ve been keen to do a pleasant work. Also, when I was a child, there were a lot of very large historical drama works. As the historical drama was over and I was nostalgic about the historical drama, I found an opportunity to work for ‘Queen Cheorin’.” “I thought that acting would be difficult. But when I heard that Shin Hye-sun is also on this drama, I wanted to work with her. So I decided to appear.”

‘Queen Cheorin’ depicts a scandal with a soul runaway between queen Kim So-yong (played by Shin Hye-sun) and two-faced King Cheol-jong (played by Kim Jung-hyun), the synonymous with arrogant man, whose souls were changed.

Director Yoon Seong-sik, who directed ‘Hwarang’, ‘The King’s Face’, and ‘Bridal Mask’, and writer Park Gye-ok, who worked for ‘Doctor Prisoner’, ‘Inspiring Generation’  and writer Choi A-il, who wrote the movie ‘Lovers of 6 Years’, joined forces.

Meanwhile, tvN’s new Saturday and Sunday drama ‘Queen Cheorin’ will be broadcast for the first time at 9 pm on Saturday the 12th, following ‘Startup’.


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