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"Master of the House" Lee Soon-jae Is a Strict Director

2018/12/23 | 268 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Soon-jae turned into a tiger while reading the script of the play "Heung-bu and Nol-bu".

Actor Lee Soon-jae was the Master for this week's "Master of the House".

He said the audience they were performing for the next day were children below 6-years-old. They were performing "Heung-bu and Nol-bu" a classic tale that has been remade several times. The narration was going to be done by Lee Soon-jae himself.

They decided to go through a test to pick the leading actor. The open audition began and everyone read their lines.

Yang Se-hyung managed to play both Heung-bu and Nol-bu at once and made everyone laugh. Sung-jae was the sparrow and ended up getting that role. Seung-gi became Heung-bu's wife, Se-hyung became Nol-bu and Sang-yoon became Heung-bu. Everyone started reading their lines, but Lee Soon-jae continued to make them repeat themselves. He claimed they weren't sicere enough.

The Master, told them to really feel their lines and put a message in them.

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