'Knight Flower' actor Lee Jong-won "He helped me a lot with my breathtaking love line with Lee Ha-nui, who has a 9-year age difference."
MBC Friday-Saturday drama ‘Knight Flower’ production presentationActor Lee Jong-won of MBC's Friday-Saturday drama 'Knight Flower' mentioned his romance with Lee Ha-nui, who is 9 years older than him.
On the 12th, a production presentation for the Friday-Saturday drama 'Knight Flower' was held at MBC Golden Mouse Hall in Sangam, Mapo-gu, Seoul. Director Jang Tae-yu, actors Lee Ha-nui, Lee Jong-won, Kim Sang-joong, Lee Ki-woo, and Park Se-hyeon attended the event.
'Knight Flower' is a thrilling comical action historical drama about 'Yeohwa', a 15-year married widow who climbs a wall at night, and 'Suho', a blind man who is coveted by everyone in the four major gates. Actor Lee Jong-won plays the role of Park Soo-ho, a Geum Wi-yeong employee with a selfish appearance and outstanding abilities.
Regarding the reason why he chose the script for 'Knight Flower' as his next work, Lee Jong-won said, "It's not that I chose it, but the director chose me. When I first received the script, I thought that the character Suho could show a solid and strong manly side. “I thought all I had to do was do well,” he said, expressing his gratitude.
Regarding his love line with Lee Ha-nui, who has a 9-year age difference, Lee Jong-won said, "Su-ho and Yeo-hwa have a close relationship. It is not a love line that is shown openly, but a romance that crosses the line. Su-ho breaks down, boundaries are broken, and Yeo-hwa approaches. “I thought it was an exciting point. I think it came out well thanks to a lot of help,” he said.
Reporter Ha-neul Lee, Ten Asia firstname.lastname@example.org