What will the crown prince look like with actor Park Eun-bin?
Expectations are amplifying as the poster behind-the-scenes cut of Park Eun-bin, the protagonist of KBS 2TV’s new Monday-Tuesday drama ‘The King’s Affection’, which is about to be broadcasted for the first time on the 11th, has been released.
Park Eun-bin plays the role of Crown Prince Lee Hwi, who bears the weight of the crown with a fatal secret in the drama ‘The King’s Affection’, which tells the story of a child who was born as twins and abandoned just because she is a girl, but becomes a crown prince disguised as a man due to the death of her brother.
Park Eun-bin also revealed the reason for participating in the work, saying that it is a ‘rare and precious work that will never happen again.’ With the unconventional setting of the king of male-dressing women and a lot of attention focused on her acting transformation, Park Eun-bin’s appearance in the official poster and teaser video of various versions is already attracting attention, foretelling a new character in life.
In particular, the poster behind-the-scenes cut released through Namoo Actors today (8th) arouses curiosity about ‘Lee Hwi’ to be drawn in the drama by capturing the colorful appearance of beautiful and strong Park Eun-bin. First of all, her appearance wearing the Gonnyongpo gives off a strong atmosphere as a monarch of a country that makes you forget your gender.
In addition, her acting, which perfectly expresses the complex emotions that the character feels depending on what kind of blue and red konnyongpo he wears with only her eyes and facial expressions, seems to herald the various emotional changes that Hwi will feel in her fate, like the word ‘vortex of fate’.
On the other hand, she is wearing a woman’s hanbok as if she has lost the weight of being a crown prince and has returned to her original form, and just looking at her gives a feeling of pink excitement and palpitation, raising expectations for the royal romance that will be completed with Park Eun-bin.
Park Eun-bin, who has proven an unlimited spectrum even in behind-the-scenes cuts with such a wonderful and beautiful image transformation, is expected to continue that legacy as the Crown Prince of Joseon as the pronoun of ‘cool + pretty’. Returning to a historical drama for the first time in 7 years, I look forward to the upcoming 11th to see what tge new royal romance ‘The King’s Affection’ will look like.
Meanwhile, Park Eun-bin’s ‘The King’s Affection‘ will be broadcasted for the first time at 9:30 pm on October 11th.