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[Spoiler] "The Sun and The Moon" Yeo Jin-goo's excellent performance

2012/01/04 Source

Viewers paid special attention to chiid actor Yeo Jin-goo for his natural performance.

Yeo Jin-goo has taken on the role of the younger Lee Hwon (Kim Soo-hyun) in the MBC drama "The Sun and the Moon".

Young Lee Hwon ran into young Yeon-woo (Kim Yoo-jung) on the way to meet his brother Yang-myeong.

Young Lee Hwon tried to jump the fence of the palace but was distracted by young Yeon-woo, who was running around after a butterfly. Lee Hwon lost his balance and fell on top of Yeon-woo.

Trying not to reveal that he was a prince to Yeon-woo, who mistook him for a burglar, he lied that he was a eunuch.

Continuously, he managed to carry out the serious role of a prince as well as other sides of his character.

Netizens said, "He is so good at this", "Yeo Jin-goo has improved a lot", "I couldn't take my eyes off the drama" and more.

"The Sun and the Moon" is based on a bestseller by Jeong Eun-gwol, who also wrote "Sungkyunkwan Scandal". It is a fantasy romance about Yeon-woo (Han Ga-in), who was chosen as princess but has to live her life as a shaman due to unfortunate events, and imaginary king Lee Hwon (Kim Soo-hyun).

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