Jo In-sung is appealing to everyone with the character Oh Soo.
Oh Soo is a charismatic and visually appealing poker gambler who knows how to mesmerize people on his own with the gesture of a hand or a single look.
He is also a poor character who has something deep inside him that he can't forget from the past. Jo In-sung arouses the sentimental feeling in everyone watching him and makes one get sucked into his character. He is only nice and caring in front of Song Hye-kyo and he brings out the humor in him to make her laugh.
Director Kim Kyoo-tae from the press releasing event last month said, "Jo In-sung is a passionate actor like writer Noh Hee-kyeong said. He knows how to use his advantages and disadvantages appropriately. Oh Soo is actually a dark character so he might bring down whoever is watching him but Jo In-sung's method of expressing him is more humane".
Oh Soo looks strong on the outside but he's actually lonely and young. He tries to change his life which was once full of misfortune because of a woman he loved. Jo In-sung is helping to make his character stand out more with his strong points.
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