Upcoming social satire drama "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo" has been dropping a nice supply of stills and videos, and yesterday was the turn of Ryu Deok-hwan's lonely lawyer to get some of the spotlight. His mysterious character will reportedly be an exciting part of the drama. I know when I'm being prepared for a twist, series. I can smell it. It smells stressful.
Ryu Deok-hwan plays Woo Do-ha, a lawyer from the legal team of Myeongseong Group. Do-ha is handsome, smart, and capable, but not coming from an esteemed household means that the career game is set up against him from the start. He is a very private, lonely man, and whether he is an ally or a foe to Team Good is a mystery currently teased by the production.
They have added that Ryu Deok-hwan got into his character from the first filming, bringing out great charm, and making him someone unique that only this actor could create so masterfully. The production teases that his acting chemistry with Kim Dong-wook is greater than we could imagine. Bromantic partners, frienemies or foes? I'm all for it regardless. "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo" premieres on April 8th on MBC.
Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'
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"[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Ryu Deok-hwan Turns Into a Charismatic Lawyer for "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo""
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