Lim Young-woong, ‘PPONG School’, a perfect sliding action…parodize ‘A Better Tomorrow’ with Park Seong-woong

[Reporter Jin Hyang-hee on the Daily Economy Star Today]

Lim Young-woong, Young-tak, Lee Chan-won, Jang Min-ho, Kim Hee-jae and Hwang Yoon-sung completed the movie “A Better Tomorrow” with actor Park Sung-woong in an acting class that highlights the sensibility of men.

In the 42nd episode of TV CHOSUN’s “PPONG School: School of Life,” which aired on the 10th, actor Park Sung-woong made a special appearance and conducted a special action acting class with trotmen, parodying “A Better Tomorrow”, the standard of Noir movies, giving a big laugh and impression.

First, Lim Young-woong, Young-tak, Lee Chan-won, Jang Min-ho, Kim Hee-jae and Hwang Yoon-sung, the six trotmen, appeared in cool suits and barbaric coats reminiscent of the movie “A Better Tomorrow”, raising expectations for acting classes and film production. The Trotmen started a survival program called “Shoot at my balloon, kid,” as a shooting scene test to decide on the role of “A Better Tomorrow”.

This game is a game in which the trotmen will form two teams of three and each will aim at each other with a toy gun and explode balloons. The winner will have priority on the role. During the fierce survival, Lim Young-woong and Lee Chan-won grabbed each other by the neck and collar to create a funny situation, and Young-tak fell back while trying to avoid the gun and made everyone laugh by making the mistake of popping a balloon. At the end of the twists and turns, Kim Hee-jae will play the role of “A Better Tomorrow” and Lim Young-woong will play the role of Joo Yoon-bal, while Hwang Yun-sung and Lee Chan-won will play the subordinates 1, 2, Jang Min-ho and Dam-sung will be played by Young-tak.

Since then, the trotmen, who visited the action school in full-fledged first period, cheered and rejoiced when Park Sung-woong, the “Men’s beloved actor,” appeared as a senior, and Park Sung-woong also expressed that he was a real fan of “Mr. Trot.” In the “Woong-Woong” one-point lesson, which even included martial arts director Kim Sun-woong, the trotmen showed surprise at their first action demonstration performance, but passionately tried fighting scenes, shooting scenes, and wire action scenes.

However, the paired Young-tak and Jang Min-ho looked like they were catching mosquitoes with clumsy hand gestures in a fighting scene where they had to work together, while Hwang Yun-sung and Kim Hee-jae gave a big smile as they continued to dance Dori Dori Techno in a fist battle. Later in the wire action training, Lim Young-woong showed perfect sliding action and drew hero-like praise, while Young-tak, who challenged the same sliding action, was crowned as the “Young-tak Bond” with a finish as if cleaning the floor. Jang Min-ho suffered an injury after a violent wire action and devastated the scene.

After the cast selection and basic action acting classes, the trotmen began to prepare for the film, and Park Sung-woong showed charisma to the trotmen with real-life emotional acting lessons, and showed his passion by participating in all the production processes with meticulous acting guidance.

Furthermore, Park Sung-woong personally cast Hong Hyun-hee, the heroine of “A Better Tomorrow”, and wrapped up the pleasant filming of the movie without missing a small laugh point in the middle of the story. In the completed “A Better Tomorrow”, the trotmen were seriously acting and showed fantastic chemistry with Park Sung-woong, which impressed viewers.

On the other hand, in the second period, the trotmen and Bang Sung-woong performed an exciting stage to show off the man’s sensibility. Kim Hee-jae, who first appeared, boosted the atmosphere with “I am a man,” and made Young-tak soak in the man’s emotions with “Walk to the Sky.” Lim Young-woong, who sang “The Wild Man,” received 100 points from the karaoke master, followed by praise from Park Sung-woong, Lee Chan-won sang “Man’s Tears,” Hwang Yun-sung sang “Man’s Tears,” and Jang Min-ho sang “Man’s OF Men” relay. Finally, Park Sung-woong sang “Seo-si” and made a warm ending stage with a group of trotmen.

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