"The King 2 Hearts" was at danger of going to war with the North and South because of a sign of attack from the USA on North Korea. Ha Ji-won and Lee Seung-gi didn't release their tension until their marriage was confirmed. Ha Ji-won even put a gun at his head. The drama was realistic until the very end thanks to the actor and actress.
"The King 2 Hearts" didn't do as well as expected seeing the viewing percentage but the actors inside the drama have been reviewed very well. Ha Ji-won and Lee Seung-gi especially showed progress as an actress and actor.
Ha Ji-won attempted at a new character as a North Korean female sergeant. She added life to Kim Hang-ah with her fluent North Korean accent, charisma and lovable character. This is why most are saying Kim Hang-ah wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't Ha Ji-won.
Lee Seung-gi established a solid ground as an actor this time. He played the role of Lee Jae-ha who was an immature prince who later became a responsible king later on. He grew up himself. If he had a good image through the drama "My Girlfriend is a Gumiho" then he showed a good performance in this drama.
Producer Lee Jae-gyoo also didn't hesitate to compliment the two. He said, "Ha Ji-won accepted everything in such a short time and expressed the most difficult emotions through her eyes. I was surprised at how much the actress held in her heart expressing the character she was".
He continued, "Lee Seung-gi has a clear head and a warm heart. I am so happy as a producer to see him change day by day and I feel him maturing as an actor".
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