At the drama’s press conference opened at the SBS Prism Tower’s auditorium in Seoul on Thursday, the “Bridal Mask” star unveiled the secret to depicting his character Won Kang-hwi was closely examining Big Bang’s G-Dragon and Super Junior’s Heechul.
“Won Kang-hwi is an easy-going and friendly singer who has a good sense of humor and fashion. The scriptwriter explained to me that he has a mixed character of G-Dragon’s good sense of fashion style and Heechul’s friendly personality”
Park said, showing his commitment to the role.
“They both have a lovely persona, but I don’t. So it wasn’t easy for me to depict the innocent character that was largely different from my real personality. But it was a fun and memorable experience” added Park, recalling his memory.
The sequel to Song Hye-gyo and singer Rain’s “Full House” pivots around a hapkido teacher Jang Man-ok [played by Hwang Jung-eum] and top idol group TAKE ONE–formed of Lee Tae-ik [played by No Min-woo] and Won Kang-hwi [played by Park].
As Man-ok gets hired as a stylist of TAKE ONE and moves in to the two top stars’ luxurious house Tae-ik inherited from his father, they begin to fall into a love triangle.
The romantic comedy–co-produced by three production firms from Korea, Japan and China–will hit the airwaves in Korea on SBS Plus on October 22 and in Japan on TBS October 29.
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