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"Ruler: Master of the Mask" Yoo Seung-ho the prince

2017/04/10 | 1539 views | Permalink | Source

Stills of Yoo Seung-ho in the drama "Ruler: Master of the Mask" have been released.

"Ruler: Master of the Mask" is the story of a prince who fights an organization that has gained wealth and power by privatizing the Joseon waters. Yoo Seung-ho plays Yi Seon, the prince that fights for justice.

Yoo Seung-ho is dressed like a prince and is standing with dignity. He looks surprised about something and he also looks like he just remembered something important.

Yoo Seung-ho got into the prince's shoes after a long time of discussion with director Noh Do-cheol. He wouldn't rest during break and was thorough with the difficult period lines.

He claims the role of Yi Seon is very unique along with the other characters and he took interest in the drama for that reason.

"Ruler: Master of the Mask" begins on the 10th of May.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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