Park Eun-bin, Rowoon, Nam Yun-soo, Choi Byeong-chan, Bae Yoon-kyung, and Jeong Chae-yeon‘s ‘The King’s Affection’ character posters have been released.
On the 24th, KBS 2TV’s new Monday-Tuesday drama ‘The King’s Affection’ released a character poster containing the narrative and charm of each character.
In the published poster, Crown Prince Lee Hwi (Park Eun-bin) is wearing a strong red color. Although it hides a great secret, it symbolizes the will to keep the position strong and firm. Her sad heart, which should not be embraced, is conveyed from her faint eyes that are wrinkled despite the intensity.
Lee Hwi’s teacher, Jeong Ji-woon (Rowoon), clearly shows his charm through his charming purple light and smile. It is mysterious and glamorous, but there is an irresistible majesty in it. He also harbors the loneliness caused by the person he should not approach.
The warm orange color of Lee Hyun (Nam Yoon-soo), the royal servant, shows a stable and gentle personality. Just like the color that contains the right temperature, it always maintains the level. But he also has someone to look at with love.
Kim Ga-on (Choi Byung-chan), an escort warrior of Hwi, who expressed solidity and loyalty in dark brown, radiated unshakable eyes and charisma. There is a story hidden in him, who never let his guard down.
Panseo Lee’s only daughter Shin So-eun (Bae Yun-kyung) and Byeongjo Pan-seo’s youngest daughter, No Ha-kyung (Jeong Chae-yeon), had the sky and purple colors, respectively. Shin So-eun has a bold aspect of revealing her beliefs without being discouraged by anyone. No Ha-kyung is a person with an incredibly pure and kind heart.
‘The King’s Affection’ will premiere on October 11th at 9:30 PM.