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    Jang Keun Suk 장근석

    Interview Jang Keun Suk in the monthly TV Magazine of SKY Perfect TV about "Switch" drama, October issue. cr: tw
  2. Interview Jang Keun Suk in the monthly TV Magazine of SKY Perfect TV about "Switch" drama, October issue. cr: tw
  3. Incheon Art Platform was famous for the filming location of SBS’s drama “Switch.” It’s a famous spot in Jung-gu, Incheon where many people visit and it’s really famous for the filming locations of various dramas as well as Arinamin C ad. ^^ Actress Han Ye Ri is introducing Incheon Art Platform to you ~ .Incheon, Jung-gu Incheon, Incheon Art Platform, sightseeing, travel, Switch, Han Ye Ri, Jang Keun Suk, SBS, drama, filming location
  4. sunny2014

    Jang Keun Suk 장근석

    [Review TV] Switch Change The World Drama _SBS “Switch-Change the World” aired on SBS from March 28, 2018 to May 17, 2018. The show starred Jang Keun Suk who bravely took on the challenge of portraying two roles at the same time. This project also marked his return to tv after a two year hiatus from the small screen, with his last lead role being in “The Royal Gambler” in 2016; and it also might be his send-off drama as well, as it has been reported that this might be his last drama before he starts he enlists for his mandatory military service. Jang Keun Suk was able to challenge himself as an actor, as he was able to showcase his emotional range and as he was able to pull of portraying two very different people in Do Chan and Joon Soo. However, he set the bar even higher when Do Chan started to slip into the role of Joon Soo more easily as the series went by. The two characters also went through interesting story arcs, and by the end of the series, one of them was more changed than the other. Han Ye Ri was great as Prosecutor Oh Ha Ra as she wonderfully portrayed a prosecutor who is steadfast in her belief in the law, but who is willing to push the limits if need be to get the bad guys she’s after. She also went through a nice story arc; her acting was great; and she had a very easy chemistry with both Joon Soo and Do Chan. The villains of the series were brought into the limelight very early on, something that I was grateful for, as doing this also allowed us to eagerly anticipate what they would do to outsmart our heroes. It was refreshing for me to see Jung Woong In as a villain, as the first drama I had ever seen him in was in “Prison Playbook”. Lee Jung Gil was no slouch as well as Choi Jung Pil, who represented an older villain who is way passed his prime. The story itself was well written, and never lagged a single beat. It managed to remain fun and light-hearted, and executed the “earth shattering twists” in the drama in a believable way for this drama’s universe. The “switches” or cons itself are one of the things that you should look out for in this drama, especially as they manage to execute one or two of them at the same time. What is amazing is the fact that no matter how many cons they pulled in this series, it never got old and it kept you guessing all the way until the end. “Switch-Change the World” is definitely a drama to watch as it is a welcome change when it comes to prosecutor related dramas, because it showcases Jang Keun Suk’s talents, and as it is a welcome variation on the age old story of the good trying to catch the evil in traps of their own making. In the end, it is also a story about greed and power, and how the mighty do fall when their misdeeds catch up to them. As mentioned earlier, Jang Keun Suk was able to be challenged as an actor with this series, as he had to play two distinct people at the same time, and had to show the differences between them. It does help that Joon Soo and Do Chan are polar opposites of each other, but it still doesn’t take away the fact that he was able to pull it off well. However, the acting feat for me was when Do Chan was really able to become Joon Soo, and in that very short moment in which Joon Soo managed to make people doubt and think he was Do Chan even though it did turn out that he was Joon Soo all along. Keun Suk was able to get all the nuances of these two characters down pat, and I loved seeing his emotional range here. I had only previously seen Jang Keun Suk in “You’re Beautiful”, so seeing him here impressed me. Han Ye Ri portrayed Ha Ra well, and I love the easy chemistry see has with Jang Keun Suk. I really liked how they wrapped everything up, especially as they went with both predictable and unpredictable endings. I’m glad that Joon Soo didn’t die, and that instead of Do Chan having to pretend to be Joon Soo forever, Do Chan is allowed to roam free and execute cons to gift wrap bad guys for Ha Ra and Joon Soo to indite. I also like that the romance was pretty low key, and that Do Chan’s team, in the end, reunited in order to be “good” con artists instead. All in all, “Switch-Change the World” was a light, fun and thrilling ride that never had a single down beat, that kept me guessing until the end, and that allowed me to witness the acting talent and charm that Jang Keun Suk has. Definitely a must watch! cre: thekatcafe.com
  5. [Review TV] Switch Change The World Drama _SBS “Switch-Change the World” aired on SBS from March 28, 2018 to May 17, 2018. The show starred Jang Keun Suk who bravely took on the challenge of portraying two roles at the same time. This project also marked his return to tv after a two year hiatus from the small screen, with his last lead role being in “The Royal Gambler” in 2016; and it also might be his send-off drama as well, as it has been reported that this might be his last drama before he starts he enlists for his mandatory military service. Jang Keun Suk was able to challenge himself as an actor, as he was able to showcase his emotional range and as he was able to pull of portraying two very different people in Do Chan and Joon Soo. However, he set the bar even higher when Do Chan started to slip into the role of Joon Soo more easily as the series went by. The two characters also went through interesting story arcs, and by the end of the series, one of them was more changed than the other. Han Ye Ri was great as Prosecutor Oh Ha Ra as she wonderfully portrayed a prosecutor who is steadfast in her belief in the law, but who is willing to push the limits if need be to get the bad guys she’s after. She also went through a nice story arc; her acting was great; and she had a very easy chemistry with both Joon Soo and Do Chan. The villains of the series were brought into the limelight very early on, something that I was grateful for, as doing this also allowed us to eagerly anticipate what they would do to outsmart our heroes. It was refreshing for me to see Jung Woong In as a villain, as the first drama I had ever seen him in was in “Prison Playbook”. Lee Jung Gil was no slouch as well as Choi Jung Pil, who represented an older villain who is way passed his prime. The story itself was well written, and never lagged a single beat. It managed to remain fun and light-hearted, and executed the “earth shattering twists” in the drama in a believable way for this drama’s universe. The “switches” or cons itself are one of the things that you should look out for in this drama, especially as they manage to execute one or two of them at the same time. What is amazing is the fact that no matter how many cons they pulled in this series, it never got old and it kept you guessing all the way until the end. “Switch-Change the World” is definitely a drama to watch as it is a welcome change when it comes to prosecutor related dramas, because it showcases Jang Keun Suk’s talents, and as it is a welcome variation on the age old story of the good trying to catch the evil in traps of their own making. In the end, it is also a story about greed and power, and how the mighty do fall when their misdeeds catch up to them. As mentioned earlier, Jang Keun Suk was able to be challenged as an actor with this series, as he had to play two distinct people at the same time, and had to show the differences between them. It does help that Joon Soo and Do Chan are polar opposites of each other, but it still doesn’t take away the fact that he was able to pull it off well. However, the acting feat for me was when Do Chan was really able to become Joon Soo, and in that very short moment in which Joon Soo managed to make people doubt and think he was Do Chan even though it did turn out that he was Joon Soo all along. Keun Suk was able to get all the nuances of these two characters down pat, and I loved seeing his emotional range here. I had only previously seen Jang Keun Suk in “You’re Beautiful”, so seeing him here impressed me. Han Ye Ri portrayed Ha Ra well, and I love the easy chemistry see has with Jang Keun Suk. I really liked how they wrapped everything up, especially as they went with both predictable and unpredictable endings. I’m glad that Joon Soo didn’t die, and that instead of Do Chan having to pretend to be Joon Soo forever, Do Chan is allowed to roam free and execute cons to gift wrap bad guys for Ha Ra and Joon Soo to indite. I also like that the romance was pretty low key, and that Do Chan’s team, in the end, reunited in order to be “good” con artists instead. All in all, “Switch-Change the World” was a light, fun and thrilling ride that never had a single down beat, that kept me guessing until the end, and that allowed me to witness the acting talent and charm that Jang Keun Suk has. Definitely a must watch! cre: thekatcafe.com
  6. sunny2014

    Jang Keun Suk 장근석

    1/ "Human Space Time and Human" will be screened on Sep. 14 and 15 at CINÉMA STAR SAINT-EXUPÉRY in France. http://www.cinema-star.com/saint-exupery/film/255975/ 2/ Actor Jang's movie "Human Space Time and Human" will be screening at 17:00-19:00 on 17 Sep in Almaty Film Festival. It is included in a non-competition section. https://almatyfilmfestival.com/en/special-screening-film-4/ 3/ The movie "Human Space Time and Human" starred by Actor Jang was invited by the Contemporary Film Festival held on Aug. 25 and 26 to be screened at the National Theatre of Mexico https://www.cinetecanacional.net/php/detallePelicula.php?clv=15939 4/ "Human Space Time and Human" will be invited to screen in XIII Batumi International Art-house Film Festival held in Batumi, Georgia during September 16-23 September, 2018. According to the announcement, the movie is included in Master collection section! https://biaffbatumi.wordpress.com/2018/09/11/biaff-2018-announces-full-line-up-of-festival-program-competition-and-non-competition-sections-and-international-jury/
  7. 1/ "Human Space Time and Human" will be screened on Sep. 14 and 15 at CINÉMA STAR SAINT-EXUPÉRY in France. http://www.cinema-star.com/saint-exupery/film/255975/ 2/ Actor Jang's movie "Human Space Time and Human" will be screening at 17:00-19:00 on 17 Sep in Almaty Film Festival. It is included in a non-competition section. https://almatyfilmfestival.com/en/special-screening-film-4/ 3/ The movie "Human Space Time and Human" starred by Actor Jang was invited by the Contemporary Film Festival held on Aug. 25 and 26 to be screened at the National Theatre of Mexico https://www.cinetecanacional.net/php/detallePelicula.php?clv=15939 4/ "Human Space Time and Human" will be invited to screen in XIII Batumi International Art-house Film Festival held in Batumi, Georgia during September 16-23 September, 2018. According to the announcement, the movie is included in Master collection section! https://biaffbatumi.wordpress.com/2018/09/11/biaff-2018-announces-full-line-up-of-festival-program-competition-and-non-competition-sections-and-international-jury/
  8. sunny2014

    Jang Keun Suk 장근석

    [Drama Review] [Extract) Sa Do Chan’s high level of intelligence and outstanding wit, is perfect and admiring as a con-man. this character, portrayed by Jang Keun Suk, I can not imagine how someone else could take upon this role. Jang Keun Suk, a veteran actor, named by many as Asia Prince, is truly honorable. his duality as Baek Joon Soo, a calm and stern man, and Sa Do Chan, a happy-go-lucky and cunning guy, is truly applaudable as he proves to everyone that his skills and talents as an actor, is not in vain. he is truly one of a kind. Han Yeri, she possessed a quite charming charisma as she portrayed her character outstandingly. Although the drama is still ongoing, episode 8 as its latest one, the drama is so far remarkable, well at least for me, with a captivating and interesting plot so far. https://aminoapps.com
  9. [Drama Review] [Extract) Sa Do Chan’s high level of intelligence and outstanding wit, is perfect and admiring as a con-man. this character, portrayed by Jang Keun Suk, I can not imagine how someone else could take upon this role. Jang Keun Suk, a veteran actor, named by many as Asia Prince, is truly honorable. his duality as Baek Joon Soo, a calm and stern man, and Sa Do Chan, a happy-go-lucky and cunning guy, is truly applaudable as he proves to everyone that his skills and talents as an actor, is not in vain. he is truly one of a kind. Han Yeri, she possessed a quite charming charisma as she portrayed her character outstandingly. Although the drama is still ongoing, episode 8 as its latest one, the drama is so far remarkable, well at least for me, with a captivating and interesting plot so far. https://aminoapps.com
  10. sunny2014

    Jang Keun Suk 장근석

    Interview Jang Keun Suk, "Switch - Change the World" Video Vol.3 on Wowow Q: Will you talk about your 10’s, 20’s and 30’s: your past and your future? JKS: I can say I made my life from the age of 10 to 20 together with my family. Not only receiving what I needed from my parents I also worked with them and tried to make a new form of “Jang Family.” I studied abroad, too. In those days I started getting interested in Japanese entertainment business, so I made Japanese friends and began learning Japanese. I was just like revving up the engine before a start. Then, from the age of 20 to 30 I ran flat out. I tried my best every day not to have any regrets and I ran with all my might. So, from now, after turning 30, I want to be more mature so that I will be able to get along well with others instead of just sticking to my own perspectives. I'm also working hard to be a person who can first read minds of others being totally different from me. Q: How do you distract yourself from being lonely because you cannot see your fans? JKS: I know I feel lonely but actually I might have been playing around with feelings of loneliness. In my twenties I was always like an excited horse which is just about to run. Now I’m in my thirties and I started thinking I have to accept feelings of loneliness properly. Though it is important to express all of myself explosively, on the other hand I definitely need to have time to recharge myself. I need time to find new me while listening to various kinds of music and watching shows of other artists. When I really miss my fans, I watch DVDs of my shows. While checking how my fans reacted to each scene of my singing and talking and also trying to find what kind of my performances made them smile, I will look forward to seeing them again. Q: What do you think is the best part of the drama “Switch”? JKS: For a Korean drama it is fast-paced. It has a great sense of speed. Unlike ordinary dramas you don’t know how it’s going to unfold. So, you will be attracted more and more to this drama. I also believe it will clearly show you what kind of worldview Actor Jang Keun Suk has. I’d love all of you to look forward to watching the drama “Switch.” Trans: IG yachan
  11. Interview Jang Keun Suk, "Switch - Change the World" Video Vol.3 on Wowow Q: Will you talk about your 10’s, 20’s and 30’s: your past and your future? JKS: I can say I made my life from the age of 10 to 20 together with my family. Not only receiving what I needed from my parents I also worked with them and tried to make a new form of “Jang Family.” I studied abroad, too. In those days I started getting interested in Japanese entertainment business, so I made Japanese friends and began learning Japanese. I was just like revving up the engine before a start. Then, from the age of 20 to 30 I ran flat out. I tried my best every day not to have any regrets and I ran with all my might. So, from now, after turning 30, I want to be more mature so that I will be able to get along well with others instead of just sticking to my own perspectives. I'm also working hard to be a person who can first read minds of others being totally different from me. Q: How do you distract yourself from being lonely because you cannot see your fans? JKS: I know I feel lonely but actually I might have been playing around with feelings of loneliness. In my twenties I was always like an excited horse which is just about to run. Now I’m in my thirties and I started thinking I have to accept feelings of loneliness properly. Though it is important to express all of myself explosively, on the other hand I definitely need to have time to recharge myself. I need time to find new me while listening to various kinds of music and watching shows of other artists. When I really miss my fans, I watch DVDs of my shows. While checking how my fans reacted to each scene of my singing and talking and also trying to find what kind of my performances made them smile, I will look forward to seeing them again. Q: What do you think is the best part of the drama “Switch”? JKS: For a Korean drama it is fast-paced. It has a great sense of speed. Unlike ordinary dramas you don’t know how it’s going to unfold. So, you will be attracted more and more to this drama. I also believe it will clearly show you what kind of worldview Actor Jang Keun Suk has. I’d love all of you to look forward to watching the drama “Switch.” Trans: IG yachan
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