Park Eun-bi ♥ Rowoon's 'The King's Affection', today (11) first episode...three observation points

Park Eun-bi ♥ Rowoon’s ‘The King’s Affection’, today (11) first episode…three observation points

Tonight (11th) night, ‘The King’s Affection’, which will continue the life of the KBS youth historical drama, finally takes off the veil.

In the meantime, as the veil is gradually removed through images and videos, the expectations and curiosity of viewers for the first broadcast have risen infinitely. So, starting from the night of the 11th, I pointed out the first broadcast points of ‘The King’s Affection’, which will shoot viewers’ eyes, ears, and hearts without a break.

# Park Eun-bin X Rowoon, the beginning of a relationship → Storm narrative notice

The beautiful and sad fate of Crown Prince Lee Hwi (Park Eun-bin) and Jung Ji-woon (Rowoon), who will unfold a secret and romantic narrative of the king’s love and love for the king. This starts tonight (11th).

Hwi, who grew up with a precarious fate that “twins in the royal family are absolutely impossible”, will at some point start with a raging incident where she had no choice but to keep the throne in order to be reborn as the king alone. In the unfolding of the urgency of the breathtaking and relentless moments in the palace that make you sweat, the relationship of first love with Ji-woon, who will never be forgotten, will harmonize and solidify the foundation of the narrative.

# Luxury lineup that adds reassurance to youth historical dramas

Reliable actors are all out to breathe life into the royal romance. First, Park Eun-bin, a ‘reliable treasurer’, who guarantees both viewer ratings and workability, firmly holds the center of the play through the role of the female crown prince ‘Lee Hwi’. The brilliant acting to draw a character that has never been seen before convincingly is already an expectation.

Rowoon, a handsome man, is expected to broaden his acting spectrum by attractively unraveling the characteristics of three-dimensional characters through this first historical drama.

Here, young actors Nam Yoon-soo, Choi Byung-chan, Bae Yoon-kyung, and Jeong Chae-yeon breathe a faint fragrance into their emotional lines with their beautiful straight steps. In addition, actors such as Bae Soo-bin, Lee Pil-mo, Baek Hyeon-joo, Ko Kyu-pil, and Kim Jae-cheol, who do not lack a single thing, are scattered all over the place, making the big and small events surrounding Hwi and Ji-Woon interesting.

In addition, Kim In-kwon, Park Eun-hye, Lee Il-hwa, Son Yeo-eun, Han Chae-ah, Son Jong-hak, and Park Won-sang, etc., who guarantee stability and trust just by appearing, will fill the entire work, providing a feast of performance without holes.

# Director Song Hyun-wook, an emotional craftsman, ready to shoot the heart

Director Song Hyun-wook, who has consistently produced romantic hits such as ‘Beauty Inside’, ‘Oh Hae-Young Again’, and ‘Marriage, Not Dating’. This time, he challenges the first time in a historical drama with an unprecedented setting of a king of men dressed as a woman, and fills the 60 minutes with a court romance that appropriately adds popular fun.

As all of the characters in the characters miss someone and harbor the feelings of love and affection, he confidently said, “If you watch the broadcast, you will be able to fully feel a happy heart, a proud heart, and an overflowing heart.”

It is expected that a well-made youth historical drama will be born that harmonizes with director Song Hyeon-wook’s craftsman-like directing ability to capture the emotional lines of the characters in detail, elegant visuals that capture all of Korea’s four seasons and mountains, and finally, music that will double the quiet atmosphere of the work.

Expectations for the first broadcast are heightened with the richly anticipated narrative, splendid action, and fun that will provoke small laughter as a series of events that cannot slow the tension.

On the other hand, ‘The King’s Affection’ will be broadcast for the first time on KBS 2TV at 9:30 pm on Monday, the 11th.

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