The new tvN drama "Mr. Queen" released pictures from the script reading on the 28th.
Kim Jung-hyun takes on the role of Cheoljong, a scarecrow king who has a lot of secrets. He looks loose on the outside but he's actually very sharp and sturdy on the inside.
His performance was overwhelming. He was deceitful but charismatic and he managed to balance the two-faced character very well.
Their chemistry heated up the atmosphere. They dynamically portrayed the change in relationship between Kim So-yong and Cheoljong.
Bae Jong-ok takes on the role of Queen Soonwon. She's full of dignity but doesn't lose her cheerfulness.
The production said, "The actors brought out the charm of the characters and managed to highlight the comedy of a fusion historical drama".
"Mr. Queen" is a fusion historical drama comedy in which the spirit of Jang Bong-hwan, a free man living in modern times, is trapped inside the palace during the Joseon Dynasty and inside the body of Kim So-yong, the Queen.
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