Lee Hye-ri of ‘Living Together’…the best character she has ever played

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

Actress Lee Hye-ri has been on the wings of “Life Character” since the first episode of tvN’s “My Roommate Is a Gumiho.”

Lee Hye-ri met all-time characters on the 26th with tvN’s “My Roommate Is a Gumiho” (directed by Nam Sung-woo, screenplay by Baek Sun-woo, and Choi Bo-rim). Lee Hye-ri (played by Lee Da-dam), who first appeared honestly and confidently, captivated viewers’ hearts from the first episode by vividly portraying the ups and downs caused by Gumiho and the dizzying house murder and conveying laughter while making them look forward to the future love line with Jang Ki-yong (played by Shin Woo-yeo).

Lee Dam (played by Lee Hye-ri) appeared as a solo artist who is a fan of history and depicts an ordinary college student. However, while the homeroom teacher was accepting the drinking influence of his friend Do Jae-jin (played by Kim Do-wan), he accidentally ran into Shin Woo-yeo (played by Jang Ki-yong) and the prelude was opened in earnest. The moment the step twisted and fell down hit Woo-yeo’s solar plexus, he swallowed the marble sticking out of his mouth, suggesting that the two main characters’ cohabitation would begin.

Dam knew the identity of Woo-yeo, and tried to avoid him, but he visited Woo-yeo’s house feeling pain from the beads located in the Danjeon. Later, Lee Da-dam felt extreme pain when he came into contact with a man because of the marble, and he started a “losing cohabitation” where he was busy being surprised by each of Woo-yeo’s actions.

In the first broadcast, Lee Hye-ri gave a laugh with her comic performance, such as fainting or screaming due to shock due to Jang Ki-yong (played by Shin Woo-yeo), and she didn’t miss her cute appearance that she couldn’t give up on desserts in the midst of embarrassment.

In the scene of contact with Jang Ki-yong at the moment, he showed a fluttering look and delicately portrayed Lee Da-dam, who was a scary being but felt strange relief for Jang Ki-yong, gaining sympathy from viewers.

In particular, Lee Hye-ri was afraid of Jang Ki-yong, a nine-tailed fox, but when asked if she would like to welcome him or eat dessert, she expressed her unconscious “tiramisu” and her heart fluttered at the beauty and kindness of Jang Ki-yong, raising expectations for the future development of the two.

As such, Lee Hye-ri showed enthusiastic performances that raised the charm of “Lee Dam” to the highest level from the first episode, convincing “Why Lee Dam is Lee Hye-ri,” and foretold “Life of Cat” with detailed performances such as wearing the same costume as the original webtoon or reenactment.

Meanwhile, tvN’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama, “My Roommate Is a Gumiho”, starring Lee Hye-ri, is scheduled to open at 10:30 p.m. tonight.



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