Actually @ecs707a one example I can cite now is a a pair of actors who acted as a romantci couple a decade ago and is now in a drama with a spiteful relationship. Jo Han Sun and Soo Ae who acted in 2004 April Kiss were a couple in that drama. But now in Mask airing at the moment he plays a role who is demanding sexual favours from the character played by Soo Ae. Gosh! I was like what a turn of events. But then look at it this way, you feel like knocking the b@#%s off that guy and we have to commend their acting for touching our sentiments. So you may never know as long as the scriptwriter gives a background to the characters and as viewers we can either sympathise, empathise or maybe curse them right off I mean the roles they play
Hi @ororomunroe - Please do include the below mentioned cast too on the first page of the drama thread (if they can be tagged it would be great) - * Chae Jung Ahn (KTH's sis in law) * Oh Jung Se (playing KTH's brother - who might be responsible for putting her into coma) * Jo Jae Yun (he plays a gangster in the drama - maybe one of "Yongpal's" clients) * Stephanie Lee (I'm not sure of her role, but could be the sister of Yongpal; I just know she is a model) These are the cast details from the below link: http://isplus.live.joins.com/news/article/article.asp?total_id=18033984&cloc=
Production team were against his casting but Joo Won reveals why he was cast in 'Baker King, Kim Tak Goo' June 15, 2015 @ 2:58 pm Joo Won first made a name for himself when he played the angsty, hatred filled character in 'Baker King, Kim Tak Goo,' gaining immense popularity and bringing even more love to the drama, yet he was not the drama's first choice for the role?
He sat down for an interview with MBC's 'Section TV' recently where Park Seul Giasked, "I heard that during 'Baker King, Kim Tak Goo,' everybody except the writer was against you being cast."
Joo Won replied, "At the time, the writer asked the actors who came for the audition, 'Will you be able to play this role well?' Then, the other actors were a bit hesitant, but I, without hesitating for even a second, replied, 'Yes.' I think [the writer] looked at that favorably."
Joo Won Says He′s Had So Many Kiss Scenes They′re Dull Now interestingFacebookweiborenrenshare more0RatingRating moreOne Star2015.06.15 16:14 CJ E&M enewsWorld Nancy Lee Joo Won got real about filming kiss scenes.
On the June 14 broadcast of MBC′s Section TV, cameras caught up with Joo Won at his fan signing.
When asked if he ever develops real feelings for his costars, Joo Won said, "Actresses are exceptionally beautiful and Ghost, in particular, had a lot of kiss scenes. You can′t not develop feelings, but because I did it so much, it got dull" with a laugh.
Joo Won recently held fan meetings in Japan and Thailand.