The four main characters of “Daebak Real Estate,” Jang Na-ra, Jung Yong-hwa, Kang Mal-geum and Kang Hong-seok, expressed their feelings of regret ahead of the final episode.
KBS2’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Daebak Real Estate” (playwright Ha Soo-jin, director Park Jin-seok) has been steadily praised by viewers throughout the 15th episode for its excellent production skills, including actors’ unstoppable performances and CGs. Above all, Hong Ji-ah (played by Jang Na-ra), who finished exorcizing her egg ears, was stabbed by Do Hak-sung (played by Ahn Gil-gang), raising viewers’ curiosity with only one episode left.
The four leading actors of “Daebak Real Estate,” Jang Na-ra, Jung Yong-hwa, Kang Mal-geum and Kang Hong-seok, who will end on the 9th, have expressed their feelings of finishing their work by introducing their chosen famous scenes ahead of the final episode.
First of all, Jang Na-ra, who learned the truth 20 years ago, but has yet to send her mother Hong Mi-jin (Baek Eun-hye), performed an unconventional performance through Hong Ji-ah, an exorcist, who began in cold winter and ended in fresh summer. It was a hard time, but I was grateful and happy,” she said. “In particular, I think it was the most grateful thing to be able to play Hong Ji-ah.” “I want to leave a message to Hong Ji-ah that she worked hard,” she said, expressing his touching feelings about filming the work. “Hong Ji-ah was very worried because she was very different from me, but fortunately, I think it went well thanks to her generosity,” she said, citing the exorcism scenes as the best scenes.
Jung Yong-hwa, who played Oh In-beom, who was reborn as a special psychic who relieves Won-gui’s resentment, said, “It feels like yesterday that I started filming, but it’s a big challenge for me, but I’m proud to finish it well and I’m very sad to think about leaving.” “I can’t forget not only the first swimming pool scene I prepared while keeping my diet, but also the scenes where I fell in love with the original people’s feelings with spirituality,” he said. “There are many stories between characters to say it’s just a ghost drama.” “I think it could have been a more interesting work by dealing with the story of people living together.”
Kang Mal-geum, who showed perfect chemistry with Jang Na-ra as secretary-general Joo, who stood by Hong Ji-ah more than anyone else, said, “It’s sad that we broke up because the end is coming.” He then chose the first episode of “Green Officetel” as a famous scene and said, “The actor’s acting was great, so I cried even though I knew the whole story,” drawing sympathy.
“I can’t believe it’s already coming to an end,” said Kang Hong-seok, who further strengthened filmography as Oh In-beom (Jung Yong-hwa)’s strong colleague and genius hacker Huh Shin-jang. “It was a more pleasant and pleasant scene with Jung Yong-hwa, who was like a brother,” he said, expressing his gratitude to all the staff and actors who struggled for the work, and especially Jung Yong-hwa, who boasted fantastic teamwork in the play. The most impressive scene was in the 13th episode when Chief Huh vowed to give up all his assets for Oh In-beom and said, “I’ll tell you when I’m sure. “Do you believe me?” he said. “Thanks to this scene, Heo Ji-chul and Oh In-beom’s strong friendship and loyalty seemed to have been more realistic,” he said, hinting at a close friendship with Jung Yong-hwa.
The production team said, “With the efforts of actors and staff who showed their passion and the love of viewers, ‘Daebak Real Estate’ has safely reached the final episode.” “Unpredictable conflicts, unimaginable developments and remaining emotional lines will explode in the final episode.” “Please keep an eye on me until the end.”
The final episode of “Daebak Real Estate” will air at 9:30 p.m. on the 9th.
[Ha Seobin, Star Today intern reporter]
‘Daebak Real Estate’ Jang Na-ra, Jung Yong-hwa, Kang Mal-geum, Kang Hong-seok. Provided by KBS2
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