Actor Lee Jong-won, a righteous and cold-hearted man
Actor Lee Jong-won, a righteous and cold-hearted man
Actor Lee Jong-won portrayed the other side of a sergeant who is cold-hearted but angry at injustice.

In the second episode of 'Flowers that Bloom at Night', which aired on MBC on the 13th, Su-ho Park (played by Jong-won Lee), a Geumwiyeong servant, traces the whereabouts of Yeo-hwa (played by Honey Lee), a widow who is active as a 'legendary beauty' who rescues the poor. It was drawn.

Su-ho, who was trying to rescue a child who had been sold because of his father's gambling debt, suddenly appeared and asked for the child's ransom. For some reason, Su-ho kept offering high prices out of a competitive spirit. But in the end, Yeo-hwa, who had paid five hundred nyang, took the child away, and Su-ho continued to wonder about Yeo-hwa's identity, holding only one of Yeo-hwa's flower shoes in his hand.

Su-ho felt a strange sense of déjà vu after encountering Kang Pil-jik (played by Jo Jae-yoon), who runs the Yeo-gak, and questioned his attitude of not being at all intimidated even in front of him, the employee, adding to the tension.

In addition, Su-ho laughed when he saw that Tamgwan-ori Yeom Heung-jip (played by Kim Hyeong-mook), a female artist known for her 'legendary beauty' in Jangan, had changed her beloved painting of White Tiger in the Mountains into a strange painting. However, he withdrew the smile on his face and said, "This is stealing," and reflected on his duty as a Geumwiyeong officer, revealing his upright side.

In this way, Lee Jong-won received favorable reviews from the small screen theater for his convincing portrayal of Park Soo-ho's character, who moves toward justice but values principles and principles.

Meanwhile, 'Flowers that Bloom at Night' starring Jong-won Lee is broadcast every Friday and Saturday at 9:50 pm on MBC.

Kim Se-ah, Ten Asia reporter translated by google