JTBC’s “More than Friends” follows the story of two close friends who fall unrequitedly in love with each other over the course of 10 years. Shin Ye Eun Stars like Kyung Woo Yeon, a girl who gives up her one-sided love for her best friend after a decade of yearning. Ong Seong Wu plays Lee Soo, the longtime object of Kyung Woo Yeon’s affection, who suddenly sees her in a new light.
On last week’s broadcast, Lee Soo finally realized his feelings for Kyung Woo Yeon. Below are the three adorable ways Ong Seong Wu portrays Lee Soo in More Than Friends!
Heartbeat and voice
Ong Seong Wu portrays the professional photographer Lee Soo and his growth with his typical deep look and his sincere voice. Whether enthusiastic sweetness or sad regret, Ong Seong Wu conveys Lee Soos different emotions with his versatile look. Ong Seong Wu’s soft voice adds to the romantic atmosphere of the drama with his lines full of exuberant self-love.
Detailed structure of Lee Soo’s story
Lee Soo is still awkward at expressing love. When he was young, his parents often fought and eventually led to their divorce. Lee Soo was traumatized by this incident, but he became even more confused when his parents decided to become friends later, which caused him more stress. Ong Seong Wu uses his detailed acting to convey the story of Lee Soo’s narrative. Additionally, he uses his extensive understanding of emotions to portray Lee Soo’s jealousy and regret when Lee Soo realizes that what he felt for Kyung Woo Yeon was more than friendship.
Ong Seong Wu’s understanding of Lee Soo as a character
In addition to his unique way of seemingly inattentive grooming of Kyung Woo Yeon, Lee Soo also takes photos of Kyung Woo Yeon even after choosing not to take photos of people. After realizing his feelings of love, Lee Soo regrets the time that has already passed. Ong Seong Wu continues to portray these aspects of Lee Soo in great detail, adding depth and dimension to his character while increasing the anticipation of his actions and the development of the rest of the love story.
“More Than Friends” is broadcast every Friday and Saturday at 11pm. KST.
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