Yoo Seung Ho & Yeo Jin Goo compared: why noonas are falling for them

 

Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo, both actors have the noonas falling for them left and right.

On the December 9th installment of MBC’s ‘Section TV Entertainment Relay‘, the comparison of actors Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo was presented. Former child actor Yoo Seung Ho is now all grown up and current child actor Yeo Jin Goo is considered to be the best by many.

The reason for much of the attention on Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo was thanks to their amazing acting skills despite their young age. Both Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo debuted even before they started in grade school and were referred to as an ‘Acting prodigy’.

Both of the actors also played some memorable roles. Yoo Seung Ho played the role of the young King Sejong on the drama ‘The King and I’, who appeals to the Queen mother to avoid marrying someone against his wishes and on the drama ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun’, Yeo Jin Goo played the role of the Crown Prince Lee Hwon appealing to the King, his father, for the same reasons.

What’s also interesting is that Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo have both showed off some amazing dances on a CF for the same snack item.

There is also something else that draws attention about the actors. The rival character to Yeo Jin Goo’s character often grows up to become Yoo Seung Ho apparently. In both dramas ‘Warrior Baek Dong Soo’ and ‘I Miss You’, Yoo Seung Ho plays the adult role of Yeo Jin Goo’s rivals.

Yoo Seung Ho was not able to see his own movie ‘Blind’ because he was a minor and Yeo Jin Goo still hasn’t seen the movie ‘Frozen Flower’ for the same reason.

A child actors casting director commented about the two actors, “There is strength in their eyes, a stare that’s different from other young actors. Yeo Jin Goo’s accompanied by his mother and Yoo Seung Ho by his manager to the sets and both of them are taught great manners strictly. It could be a big reason why they have grown without losing the focus from the beginning. I believe that for 2 to 3 years, they will be the dominating presence.”

Image: MBC ‘Section TV Entertainment Relay’ Source: NewsEN via Nate

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Yeo Jin Goo Decided on “I Miss You” Because of Kim So Hyun

 

Child actor Yeo Jin Goo revealed that he wanted to fulfill the unfinished love with Kim So Hyun.

On the episode of “Section TV Entertainment News” that aired on October 28, an interview was held with Yeo Jin Goo, who is to star on the upcoming drama, “I Miss You.”
 Yeo Jin Goo already worked with Kim So Hyun in the past in the wildly successful, “The Moon that Embraces the Sun.” In “The Moon that Embraces the Sun,” Kim So Hyun portrays a one-sided love toward Yeo Jin Goo. But this time in “I Miss You,” they play true first loves.
During this interview, Yeo Jin Goo revealed, “50% of my decision to work in “I Miss You” was because of Kim So Hyun. I couldn’t take care of her as much as the actress that my character liked so I want to take care of her more this time.”
Furthermore, Yeo Jin Goo talked about Kim Yoo Jung, who played his first love in “The Moon that Embraces the Sun,” and recently had a romantic line with Park Gun Tae in “May Queen.” He sent a video message to her and said, “Yes, Yoo Jung. You worked hard with Gun Tae hyung, right? Oppa is going to start a romance with So Hyun since we couldn’t finish our love in ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun,” as he tried to make her feel jealous.
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Some Happy Memories from Missing You

More pictures are release from much-anticipated drama Missing You as the premier date comes closer. Although it will be mostly a melo drama with much painful love separation of teenagers and even more painful adult years – these are some scenes that will bring the smile to the viewers face.

Missing you premiers on November 1st.

Stills of Yoochun and Yoon Eun Hye from I Miss You

Credit: MBC
Source: TV Daily, AJU news, TV report, @Spica5124

New MBC Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Missing You'(Script: Moon Hee Jung, Director: Lee Jae Dong) has released its first still cuts on the 16th.

In a recent scene, Park Yoo Chung and Yoon Eun Hye, who will play the leading characters of Han Jung Woo (Park Yoo Chun) and Lee Soo Hyun  (Yoon Eun Hye), showcased with their glare an affectionate and painful  love story they will carry out.

The released still cuts contained Han Jung Woo, who is trying to hide his sadness, and Lee Soo Hyun, who has tears in her eyes as she is  looking at him.  The still cuts are raising the anticipation of how  their love story will unfold.

An associate of ‘Missing You’ stated “Park Yoo Chun and Yoon Eun Hye, who’s working together for the first time through “Missing You”,  completely understand the emotions of the characters they are playing,  and have performed the emotional scenes without a fault, raising  everyone’s anticipation.”  He added “Please have lots interest for  “Missing You”, which will showcase a warm, affectionate and sad love  story in the small screens this Autumn”.

‘Missing You’ is a traditional melodrama that portrays a hide and  seek love story of a man and a woman who lives with painful scars from  their first love during childhood days.  Not only will writer Moon Hee  Jung and dirctor Lee Jae Dong work together with Park Yoo Chun and Yoon  Eun Hye, but top child actors Yeo Jin Goo, Kim So Hyun and etc. has  joined to produce high anticipation for the drama.  It will begin airing in early November, as the proceeding drama of “Ahrang the Magistrate”.

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translated by CDBloom @yehnet

Boy the stills of Yoochun and Yoon Eun Hye have me all excited! I cant wait to see them on screen

Character Description of I Miss You

Character Description

Yoochun – Han Jungwoo (29 years old)

- Homicide Detective- nicknamed Crazy Rabbit

“Is it Jungwoo? … Jungwoo-yah! Han Jungwoo!”

In order to not forget the voice of yours that had once called for my name, I close my eyes and recollect it everyday.

Whenever it rains, I would follow your habit. Counting the raindrop traces
“I will meet (you) today, I won’t meet (you) today. When I make that turn, you will be there… Or not”

When I madly chase after criminals, would I let you slip by…?

Like the day when you watched my back while I walked further and further away from you, would you resent me further…?

Suyeon-ah, Lee Suyeon… I want to see you badly today. Before I forget the sound of your voice.

Missing a girl like this, it is completely my lone mission.

All the suffering started because of me. That’s why I have no right to cry.
That’s why for today too, (I) just run like (I) have gone crazy.

 

Yoon Eun Hye – Lee Suyeon (29 years old)

Fashion Designer

(Her) specialty is to smile while speaking of painful events.

Bright, dignified. But why does that image look painful. In a phrase, this girl really confuses people.

Dresses casually, very boyish, yet is unexpectedly sensitive. (She) dislikes it when it rains as it gets gloomy, but she never brings an umbrella  only wears a cap [and] goes out.

Even then, she’s not a crazy woman. However, there is a man who is planning to go crazy for her! Han Jungwoo.

Even if it’s just a name, (my) heart seems like it will stop beating, Jungwoo appeared in front of me.

Han Jungwoo, you lived till today because of me?
To look for me, that scaredy-cat became a detective?
When Jungwoo met me, he asked me to call out his name.
Although the face is different, but after seeing me (he) almost went crazy , because (he is) reminded of Suyeon who he is looking for.

Chun Jung Myun – Kang Hyung Jun

Personal Finance Advisor

Expressionless. His gaze is cold, his mind is composed too.

However, only one girl is an exception. Only to that girl is he caring.

He doesn’t express it with words. Whatever the girl wants, he knows and would satisfy her.

Thus, the others regard him as cold, but she merely calls him indifferent.

The[er] is no way for failure, everything is correct.

Therefore, all his big clients have absolute trust in him. To the extent that all the large players in the stock market want him as a son.

However, he uses his most pained wound as a weapon, and is a man who lives while embracing scary cruelty.

 

Jang Mi In Ae – Han Ahreum (22 years old)

University Student (Business major)

Cold exterior with a soft inside. Gentle, kind, but very stubborn.

Like an old person, although she’s young, but has an exhausted heart.

Believing in Jungwoo oppa whom she admires, his existence is an oasis in her life.
If not for oppa, (she) would have given up on love.

Secretly jealous of the girl “Suyeon” whom Jungwoo oppa wants to find till he dies,
even so, there is a greater need to look for a man like Jungwoo oppa to date, and marry.

However, no matter how much she rubs her eyes to look, that kind of man is rare, and is therefore depressed

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I Miss You

Here are some pictures for upcoming drama I Miss You.

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The drama starts Yoochun and Yoon Eun Hye in the leads who have painful teenage love. There teenage characters are played by Yeo Jin Goo and Kim So Hyun who both were in ‘The Moon Who Embraces The Sun’.

I think I am looking forward to these child actors more than Yoochun and Yoon Eun Hye as they  fab job in ‘The Moon That Embraces The Sun’.

I Miss You premieres following Arang and the Magistrate in the first week of November.

The Moon Embracing The Sun actor Yeo Jin Gu like the idea of marriage

Actor Yeo Jin Gu is becoming a hot star in Korea thanks to his role as the young Crown Prince in MBC’s Wednesday/Thursday drama, ‘The Moon Embracing The Sun‘.

Recently, his viewpoint about marriage has caught the interest of many.

On January 22nd, Yeo Jin Gu sat down for an interview with ‘Section TV‘, where he shyly revealed his belief that the idea of marriage is great.

On this day, Yeo Jin Gu was filming his wedding scene. Although the script required a sad expression from him, Yeo Jin Gu confessed that, “It’s not supposed to be a desirable situation, but I personally think I like the idea of marriage.”

He continued, “For Lee Hwon [his character], it’s a marriage without a choice.”

Yeo Jin Gu portrayed the younger version of Crown Prince Lee Hwon, who fell in love with ‘Yeon Woo’, a young girl from the court who later becomes the shaman ‘Wol’.

Meanwhile, ‘Section TV’ also revealed that actor Kim Soo Hyun (who plays the ‘adult’ Lee Hwon), felt uncomfortable with his heavy king costume. The newness of the situation was alleviated when he tried dancing around with it on.

Source & Image: Star News via Naver ALLKPOP and facebook page the moon that embraves the sun