[Reporter Yang So-young on the Daily Economy Star Today]
Actor Lee Do-hyun portrays a loving youth romance in ‘Youth of May’.
KBS2’s new Monday and Tuesday drama ‘Youth of May’ (played by Lee Kang, director Song Min-yup, production story hunter), which airs for the first time in May, was in May 1980. Hours, Minutes), a retro human melodrama that contains the faint spring-like love story.
Lee Do-Hyun entered Seoul National University’s medical school as a senior, but he plans to play a hot role in the role of Hwang Hee-tae, who is closer to playing guitar than his major books. In order to break the stereotype that ‘medical students seem to be stuck and only study’, he confronts the prejudices surrounding him, such as going to a music cafe.
In the first unveiled still, Do-Hyun Lee is showing a perfect transformation into Hwang Hee-tae. It reveals a playful expression, while still expressing the deep inner side of a character hidden by joy. Hwang Hee-tae, in charge of Lee Do-hyun, is a character who experiences changes as an unexpected event comes in his life, which he did not belong to anywhere, and is stimulating the curiosity of prospective viewers.
Actor Lee Do-hyun, who is loved by presenting a calm but heavy excitement, is raising expectations of prospective viewers by saying that he portrays Kim Myung-hee’s agonizing poems and heartfelt romance in ‘Youth of May’.
‘Youth of May’, where Lee Do-hyun’s hot performance is expected, is scheduled to be broadcast for the first time in May.
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