Rowoon shines
Rowoon shines
Actor Rowoon's diverse acting performance in KBS2's Monday-Tuesday drama 'Wedding Battle' stands out.

Rowoon is currently playing the role of Sim Jeong-woo, the main character in 'The Wedding Battle'. At the beginning of the play, Jeong-woo was a character that people avoided due to his resentment and over-the-top personality, but as he gradually met Jeong Soon-deok (played by Jo Yi-hyeon) and got to know the world, he began to feel a variety of emotions. In the process of Jungwoo's transformation, we pointed out three points where Rowoon's emotional acting shined.

The anger acting is also top-notch.

Shim Jeong-woo, known as the most angry man in Hanyang, was different from his first appearance. Jeong-woo was constantly filled with anger wherever he went, and his anger immediately led to complaints, making him a person that people in Hanyang avoided. Rowoon, who expresses this, announces the appearance of an unusual male protagonist with his bold steps, solemn expression, and eyes filled with subtle madness.

Fresh + honest melodrama acting

Jeongwoo, who was always full of resentment, also experienced a change in emotions. After meeting Sundeok, he gradually began to communicate with the world he had been disconnected from. The closer Jeong-woo gets to Sun-deok, the more he realizes his feelings of love. Rowoon expressed Jungwoo's changing appearance with eyes that were 180 degrees different from when he expressed anger, giving off a unique charm. Rowoon delightfully portrayed the sweet, melodious gaze toward Sundeok and the honest look of a man in love who does not know what to do.

childlike innocence

Jeongwoo is a sire who exudes dignity on the outside, but on the inside, he is a very soft and timid childlike person. He is a transparent person whose emotions are visible at a glance, as he is easily startled by the sound of a small dog barking or strange noises in the dark, but he makes excuses to pretend he is not. Rowoon captured attention by cutely portraying Jungwoo's pure and humane side. In particular, the realistic expression of frightened expressions and trembling movements increased the level of immersion in the play.

Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia reporter translated by google