larus Posted March 2 Author Share Posted March 2 Actor Kim Young-jae has confirmed his appearance in MBC's new drama 'Numbers: Observers of the Building Forest'. Kim Young-jae joined the role of 'Kang-hyeon', an accountant in the play. Kang Hyun is a senior manager who is a manager-level accountant who values principles very much. Kim Young-jae will break down into Kanghyun with an upright personality and add immersion to her work by working in harmony with Kim Myung-soo, Choi Jin-hyeok, and Choi Min-soo. Kim Young-jae played the role of 'Min Seung-yoon', a government official in charge of education for self-restraint in the school in tvN's 'Shrup', which was much loved by telling a touching story of empathy and emotion while drawing the special royal education of the 1% royal family of Joseon and the passion for education of court mothers. He showed off his outstanding presence with a heavy sense of weight by passionately acting as a trustworthy loyalist and a teacher who served as an example for princes. The master's model he drew warmed the hearts of many viewers, while his affectionate charm toward his disciples added fun to the play with special chemistry and focused attention. In addition to this, Kim Young-jae took on the role of 'Jin Yoon-gi', the fourth son of a Sunyang family and the father of Jin Do-joon (Song Joong-ki), in JTBC's 'Maknae Son of a Conglomerate', which drew a lot of attention throughout the airing, and drew a character with his own warm eyes and sincerity. He shot the hearts of viewers by playing a strong role in the right place at the right time. In this way, Kim Young-jae adds vitality to the work with his solid acting skills, mastering not only modern dramas but also historical dramas through his ceaseless work. He plays the role like a chameleon in his own color and permeates the work to bring fun. In the new work 'Numbers', expectations are rising as to what kind of passionate performance he will fulfill the expectations of viewers. https://enews.imbc.com/News/RetrieveNewsInfo/375196 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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