KBS 2TV’s “Crazy Love” has shared a sneak peek of Kim Jae Wook’s drastic transformation!
“Crazy Love” is the candy, savage, and chaotic love story between a impolite however expert teacher who receives a dying risk and his secretary who’s identified with a terminal sickness.
Kim Jae Wook stars as Noh Go Jin, a narcissistic man who’s the CEO of the schooling firm GOTOP and the highest math teacher within the nation. f(x)s Krystal stars as Lee Shin Ah, Noh Go Jin’s secretary, who doesn’t have a lot of a presence. Ha Jun takes the position of Oh Sae Gi, the good-looking vice chairman of GOTOP who has the power to coax Noh Go Jin and luxury the workers who’ve been damage by the CEO.
Previously, viewers obtained a style of Noh Go Jin’s nasty persona. Despite his intelligence and sharpness, he’s really the worst boss that one by no means needs to work with. He is delicate to small variations, and he doesn’t hesitate to pour harsh phrases to those that can’t match his strictness. In addition, he continually threatens to fireplace his workers, inflicting them to at all times stroll on eggshells round him.
The manufacturing crew hinted that Noh Go Jin will make a 180-degree transformation within the upcoming episodes. The newly launched stills present the clear distinction earlier than and after his mysterious accident. After shedding his reminiscence, he’ll flip into somebody unrecognizable. First off, his gaze is not chilly and cruel. Instead, he has extensive, puppy-like eyes, and what’s much more startling is the delicate, heat smile on his face. On prime of that, his bangs at the moment are overlaying his brow, which makes him look extra mild than ever. Expectations are excessive for Noh Go Jin’s future adjustments.
The drama’s producers commented, “Kim Jae Wook completed Noh Go Jin’s arrogant character with clumsiness and comedy, making viewers want to keep seeing him. Starting next week, he, who is suffering from amnesia, will make viewers laugh even more with his meek personality. Please look forward to it.”
“Crazy Love” airs each Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, try Kim Jae Wook play a villain in “Voice“:
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