Kang Ha Neul has mentioned why he selected to star in “Curtain Call”!
KBS2’s “Curtain Call” is about an aged girl from North Korea who doesn’t have a lot time left to stay and a theatre actor who acts as her grandson in an effort to fulfill her closing wish.
Kang Ha Neul will likely be enjoying Yoo Jae Heon, an optimistic theatre actor overflowing with self-love and shallowness regardless of having grown up in troublesome circumstances. The unknown theatre actor places his coronary heart and soul into appearing for the terminally in poor health grandma. Ha Ji Won will tackle the function of Park Se Yeon, the overall supervisor of Hotel Nakwon and the youngest daughter of the household who owns it.
To describe Yoo Jae Heon, Kang Ha Neul selected the key phrases “novelty,” “another universe,” and “greatest strength.” He elaborated, “The situation of having to act as a certain character for someone else was a novel setup. If I was also in a situation like this in real life, I think I would’ve felt interested in acting for someone.”
Kang Ha Neul continued, “After casually judging the situation as ‘I just have to act as this person,’ he realizes that living someone else’s life requires you to feel an entirely different universe. He’s a character who shows you growth in becoming a better person. Although he was acting for someone, he eventually realizes that it was for him. This will be drawn out in a fun way so please look forward to it.”
On why he selected “Curtain Call,” Kang Ha Neul shared, “The script in itself was warm. Situations that made me want to keep reading came out nonstop, so I read [the script] enjoyably.”
“Curtain Call” will air in October following the conclusion of “The Law Cafe.”
While ready, watch Kang Ha Neul in “River Where the Moon Rises” right here!
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