[Reporter Jeong-eun Sung on Daily Economy Star Today]
Actress Lee Hang-na showed a strong presence from the first episode of “Vinsenzo.”
tvN’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Vinsenzo” (directed by Kim Hee-won, written by Park Jae-beom, planned studio Dragon, and produced Logos Film), which first aired on the 20th, tells the story of an Italian mafia lawyer who came to Korea due to the betrayal of the organization, wiping out the villain.
Lee Hang-na was completely transformed into “Kwak Hee-soo,” the mother of Kim Young-ho (Kang Chae-min) and president of the Yeongho branch, and caught the attention of those who saw her as a struggle to protect Geumgapraza, who is in danger of demolition from everything she did for her son.
Lee Hang-na added a sense of reality by expressing her mother Kwak Hee-soo’s affection to prevent her son from misbehaving.
Kwak Hee-soo, who flies rubber glove smashing with a fierce warning of “put up a guard” at her son’s fault, reminded him of his mother, who is common in any house, causing a burst of laughter with empathy.
She also added to the fun of the play by dominating the Italian mafia, Vincentzo (Song Joong-ki). Despite the firm promise of Vincenzo, Geumgapraza was purchased and distrusted her. He looks coldly at Vincenzo who came to eat tteokbokki and says, “I don’t sell it to you.” When asked for water, she says, “Cool water is self.” “That’s a water purifier,” she said, sarcastically and happily releasing Kwak Hee-soo, who has a formidable spirit.
Lee Hang-na’s passionate performance, which melts perfectly in each role, is showing its true value, raising questions about the next episode about whether she will be able to protect her life as a member of Geumgapraza.
Meanwhile, Lee Hang-na, who is boosting the vitality of the play, can be seen in tvN’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Vinsenzo,” which airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m.
Photo|Capture of TVN Saturday and Sunday drama’Vinsenzo’ broadcast
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