|Dear Mr Jo In-Seong,
Greetings from Singapore!
I have always been deeply impressed by Korean stars'looks and talents to sink deeply into the characters they play whereby even without words from beginning to the end, they can still convey the message across to the audience by their intense, silent and reflective acting skills. For audience like me, I sink even deeper....
2) From Self-Reflecting to Self Talking Role
I think Mr Jo's acting skills in "Spring Days" has set a new industry standard from self-refection or self-thinking to a refreshing new style of self-chatting or self-talking style as acted out in "Spring Days". It's something I find very refreshing and creative.
3)"Chinese Changing Face Mask"
I'm also impressed by Mr Jo's versatile acting skills with your swift change of moods and facial expressions(childish,fear,hope,obedient tender,anger,torment,depress,overjoy,reluctant,sensitive,serious,shattered etc. etc. etc.) all of which reminds me of the traditional Chinese art, literally known as the Changing Face Mask. Sorry I'm not sure of the correct title. Congratulations...keep it up please.
4)Human Development Process
I'm also always touched by the contents of K-drama scripts which usually cover in-depth the inner world feelings of human beings and a human's growing process and development stages which can generally reach out to audience beyond Korea.
In "Spring Days"...one can see Mr Jo's talent in switching swiftly to the various facial expressions and moods in his multi roles as an obedient son or a caring and good brother to his step brother,as a boyfriend,as a doctor,as a member of a band all rolled into one in the whole drama series.
I think this character played by Mr Jo is unique as if you were to compare with earlier K-drama scripts the human development process usually evolves in stages from youthful,innocent & rebellious role to a matured role in the concluding episode step by step.
However, in "Spring Day" I truly find it an eye opener for me to see multi-roles being acted out from beginning to the end which I find that Mr Jo had set a new standard in acting skills in the role he played in "Spring Day". Indeed very refreshing like Spring season!
5)Great Screen Charisma
Last but not least most audience I believe are impressed by your charisma and the rapid change of dressing especially the winter collection in "Spring Days". It's like watching a fashion show ...your stylish catwalk is an additional visual treat ! Not forgetting those colourful shirts under the doctor's white coat which have indeed added some fresh air to the hospital settings: to see a stylish "doctor" in a serious working environment is something not common in reality. Thank you once again.
With best wishes,
Wee Fong-Fong (Miss)