The script reading site for SBS’s new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ was unveiled for the first time.
On the 29th, the scene of the script reading of ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ held in April was released. On this day, the production team, including director Lee Gil-bok and writer Jane, as well as actors Song Hye-kyo, Jang Ki-yong, Choi Hee-seo, Kim Joo-heon, Park Hyo-joo, Yoon Na-mu, Yoon Jeong-hee, Joo Jin-mo, and Cha Hwa-yeon, attended and lit up the scene.
Above all, the presence of actress Song Hye-kyo, who is thrilled by the name alone, shined. Song Hye-kyo, who plays the female lead Ha Young-eun, led the play with her stable acting skills and excellent emotional immersion. Like the role of the design team leader of a fashion company, it sensibly expresses the realistic friendship and love of a woman in her 30s, from the appearance of a trendy career woman. Song Hye-kyo’s acting, which made all the scenes flutter, made people look forward to the charming ‘Ha Young-eun’ in this drama.
Next, Jang Ki-yong, the male lead, was dazzling. Jang Ki-yong, who played the role of Yoon Jae-guk, a freelance fashion photographer in the play, was assimilated into the character, such as his eyes, facial expression, and tone. Jang Ki-yong’s charm, which completes Yoon Jae-guk, who is sometimes cool, sometimes serious, and sometimes unstoppable, in his own style, seems to usurp the hearts of women in the small screen.
The romantic breath drawn by Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong was also strong. The two actors Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong showed the emotional lines of men and women bound by ‘love’ just by making eye contact and talking. I wonder how the two people’s dazzling breathing will be completed on the screen just by reading the script.
On the other hand, Choi Hee-seo, who predicted a change in acting, also stood out. She portrayed the splendor of the character Hwang Chi-sook, general director of the design team of a fashion company, and the lack behind it with solid acting skills. Choi Hee-seo’s bouncy charm, which had never been seen easily, was impressive.
Kim Joo-heon captivated the scene with the charm of ‘adult man’. Kim Joo-heon, who played the role of Seok Do-hoon, the CEO of RP company in the play, doubled the charm of the character by crossing maturity and innocence. Here, the adult romance that the two will draw also foreshadows the tickling excitement, raising expectations.
In addition, Park Hyo-joo and Yoon Na-moo worked together as a couple and performed realistic and deep emotional performances. In addition, high-class actors such as Joo Jin-mo, Cha Hwa-yeon, Nam Nam-ae, and Choi Hong-il supported the drama with their heavy presence and acting skills, and Yoon Jeong-hee and Yura also gave vitality to the play with their strong performances. In particular, Yoon Jung-hee, who made a comeback to the small screen after a long time, enriched the drama with her deeper acting.
It was a script reading site full of immersion and passion. The actors immersed themselves in their respective characters and plays without showing any signs of exhaustion throughout the script reading, creating a heated atmosphere reminiscent of a real scene. The production team, including director Lee Gil-bok and writer Jane, also made a detailed effort not to miss even the smallest details for a high-quality work. From the first breath, thanks to the perfect actors and crew, the expectations for this broadcast have risen vertically.
‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’ is scheduled to premiere in November after ‘One the Woman‘.