Actor Jung Il-woo proved the power of a historical drama master. He is driving the popularity of the drama with his special charm that causes viewers to overindulge.
MBN’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Bossam: Steal the Fate” starring Jung Il-woo (directed by Kwon Seok-jang, Kim Ji-soo, Park Chul) continues to run fast, achieving the highest ratings of 10 percent for MBN dramas last week.
Jung Il-woo was at the center of “Bossam: Steal the Fate,” where actors’ acting, directing, and scenario three beats continued to harmonize and create high-quality works. Jung Il-woo is showing an overwhelming atmosphere with his passionate acting, and is filling the drama with extreme chemistry with the actors.
Through more than two hours of makeup, he completed the character with a lively facial expression as well as perfectly portraying the visuals of Ba-woo’s values, who survived with his beliefs in a tough world.
In addition, he studies scripts from time to time at the filming site and performs immersive acting to show his aspect as a ‘historical theater master’.
For Jung Il-woo, who showed excellent digestion by expressing the process of gradually changing characters with close acting, “Bossam: Steal the Fate” was once again an opportunity to confirm that it was the “King of Viewership.” In addition, Ba-woo, backed by Jung Il-woo’s outstanding acting skills, remained a valuable character in his acting life.
Meanwhile, MBN’s “Bossam: Steal the Fate” is broadcast at 9:40 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday night, a romantic historical drama in which a livelihood bossamer accidentally bossambeats a princess against the backdrop of the Joseon Dynasty under Gwanghae-gun.
[Jin Hyang-hee, Star Today reporter]
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