‘Police Class’ script reading caught… Cha Tae-hyun and Jin-young’s laughter blossoms

The scene of the first script reading of the “police class” where laughter continues has been revealed.

KBS2’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Police Class” (directed by Yoo Gwan-mo, screenplay by Min Jung, and production logo film) is a story of a criminal student who solves everything with a smart head and a professor at a police university.

At the script reading site, director Yoo Gwan-mo, writer Min-jung, Cha Tae-hyun (played by Yoo Dong-man), Jin-young (played by Kang Sun-ho), Lee Jong-hyuk (played by Kwon Hyuk-pil), and Hong Soo-hyun (played by Choi Hee-soo) gathered in one place. From the top production team to actors from the new generation to the old generation, it heralded the birth of a drama that will open a new horizon of genre with synergy that has never existed before.

Prior to reading the script, director Yoo Gwan-mo said, “I hope no one gets hurt and is healthy during the journey from spring to autumn, and most of all, I hope everyone is happy.” “I will do my best to burn my soul with the determination that this work could be the last one,” he said, drawing enthusiastic applause.

When the reading began in earnest, the actors quickly melted into the play and worked perfectly together. Cha Tae-hyun, who plays Yoo Dong-man, a veteran detective who has a lot of experience, played the play pleasantly and skillfully. He brightened the atmosphere of the scene by showing off his unique deft side as well as his acting skills with live details.

Jin-young, who plays Kang Sun-ho, a “genius hacker” and a freshman at the National Police University, caught the eye with her colorful charm to and from pure boy beauty and intellectual “brain hot guy.” He showed amazing synchronization with Kang Sun-ho’s character, who started his first fresh love by controlling his eyes, speech, and voice. Cha Tae-hyun and Jin-young announced a fateful meeting while quarreling, marking the beginning of a generation-long “police chemistry.”

Lee Jong-hyuk vividly depicts Kwon Hyuk-pil, a law professor at the National Police University and a “orthodox elite,” while Hong Soo-hyun vividly depicts Choi Hee-soo, a professor of judo. Kang Shin-il, who played Seo Sang-hak, a professor of public administration, showed a strong aspect of “leader” with heavy breathing, making people look forward to a richer play with a performance of “trusted actors.”

In addition, Song Jin-woo, who played a fantastic tiki-taka with Cha Tae-hyun, a detective, and Kim Young-sun, who transformed into Oh Kang-hee (Jeong Soo-jung)’s mother, made the scene laugh with her realistic acting skills.

In particular, the combination of actors who are freshmen of the elite group “Police University” in Korea, who will lead the spectacular growth story of young people, attracts attention. This month (played by Roh Bum-tae), Yoo Young-jae (played by Cho Joon-wook), and Choo Young-woo (played by Park Min-kyu), who showed off their cheerful and lovely charms with active energy, showed their presence with their character’s synchro rate.

The reading of the script for “Police Class” was held in a friendly atmosphere with full of laughter, signaling a pleasant start. The interesting script and the actors’ colorful chemistry are added to herald the birth of a drama full of fresh fun. It is already making prospective viewers’ hearts race as to what kind of real campus story will unfold at the “Police University,” which was hidden in the veil.

In “Police Class,” Jeong Soo-jung plays Oh Kang-hee, a freshman with a solid wick and a sense of righteous mission. Based on her three-dimensional character expression, she is expected to lead the development full of “honey fun” at the center of “police university” with Cha Tae-hyun and Jin-young.

“Police Class,” which will provide a cool shot to the small screen with an explosive synergy of actors, will be broadcast for the first time in the second half of this year as a follow-up to “Blue Spring from a distance.”

[Yang So-young, Star Today reporter]

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