Lee Ha-nui's hero drama worked.
Lee Ha-nui's hero drama worked.
Actress Lee Ha-nui revealed her preparation process for ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’.

MBC's Friday-Saturday drama 'Flowers that Bloom at Night (hereinafter referred to as 'Blooming Flowers')' starring Lee Ha-nui recorded a double-digit viewership rating of 10.8% nationwide (based on Nielsen Korea) after only 3 episodes, and the highest rating was 11% in the 4th episode last night. soared to

It is said that this is due to the brilliant actions of Lee Ha-nui, the lead actress who leads the play, and her detailed passionate acting that makes viewers laugh. Accordingly, Lee Ha-nui is continuing her hot career by conquering both the screen and home theaters with the second part of 'Flowers that Bloom at Night' and the movie 'Alien + Humans', proving that she is a trend by recording the top movie star brand reputation in January 2024.

Among these, a video of Lee Ha-nui struggling so hard for 24 hours to prepare for the character of Jo Yeo-hwa in the hit drama 'Flower that Blooms at Night' was released, attracting attention.

On the 19th, on the YouTube channel 'Hani Mohani' of her agency Saram Entertainment, Lee Ha-nui was seen working hard in advance, practicing everything from script reading to action, calligraphy, ink painting, and horseback riding ahead of the first filming of the drama 'Flower that Blooms at Night' in which Lee Ha-nui appears. done.

In the released video, Lee Ha-nui is seen launching the 'Cho Yeo-hwa Transformation Project', starting with a script reading with the main actors. As the first staff member, he visited a calligraphy academy and developed a passion for calligraphy. Starting from grinding the ink to how to apply ink to the brush, he set out to learn the art of calligraphy with great care, one stroke at a time. In addition, Lee Ha-nui, who also studied ink painting, showed great enthusiasm by continuing to practice until the white paper turned black.

Meanwhile, a visit to an action school was also captured. Lee Ha-nui showed concern as it was her first visit in a long time, but after a few brief warm-ups, she continued to practice non-stop, including roundhouse kicks next to the wire garage, swordsmanship training, and one-take action coordination, 'As expected, Lee Ha-nui.' It aroused admiration.

Lee Ha-nui, who mastered action, also captured attention by becoming a horseback riding master. Recalling old memories from his first class, he mastered the light trot, and even the canter, which required speeding up on a horse, was done with ease. In addition to being praised by the teacher, he also caught the eye by demonstrating his skills in communicating with horses.

‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’ airs every Friday and Saturday at 9:50 PM.

Ten Asia Reporter Kim Seo-yoon seogugu@tenasia.co.kr translated by google