Cho Seung-woo in “Sacred, Divorced” completed synchronization with the role of “Lonely Crazy” Shin Sung.
Actor Cho Seung-woo is ready to appear in front of viewers as Shin Sung-shin, a divorce lawyer for “Lonely Crazy.”
In JTBC’s new Saturday-Sunday drama “The Divorce, Divorce” (playwright Yoo Young-ah/director Lee Jae-hoon/production SLL, High Ground, Glmoe), actor Cho Seung-woo released a unique narrative of the character along with photos of the sacred character to play.
Cho Seung-woo’s sacred character in the play is an artist who loves piano and wine. He grew up in a wealthy family environment without a shortage and was appointed a professor at a German university in his 30s with a clear brain and a subtle personality. While living a life that was as rich as it could have been earlier recognized for its piano playing skills and talent, one day one news broke and it lost its vitality in life.
Shin Seong-han (Cho Seung-woo), who lost his vitality, will become a lawyer after preparing for the bar exam and studying hard. His strong tenacity is seen in that he has fulfilled both his dreams of being a pianist and a lawyer that is hard to achieve for some. There must be a good reason why Shin Seong-han abandoned the life of an artist and stepped into the legal profession. Curiosity roared as to why he became a lawyer.
Shin Sung-han, who became a lawyer after hard work, makes a name for himself with his ability. His taste is different from before, so he sings trot rather than classical music, and he looks for soju instead of wine. His job, taste, and 180 degrees have changed, and I’m more and more curious about what he wants and where he’s headed now.
This changed appearance of the sacred can also be seen in the released photos. The 42-year-old’s sacredness is explained by his helplessness in the client’s embrace, which reviews the case documents, not sheet music, and expresses gratitude. It also captures the mixed state of taste with soju in a wine glass and cheese, leaving traces of old taste, which makes people feel very sad.
As such, “The Divorce, Divorce” is raising expectations by announcing the visual transformation of actor Cho Seung-woo, who is completely assimilated into Shin Seong-han, who becomes a lawyer from a music professor. I’m looking forward to Cho Seung-woo’s new transformation, which will complete the man’s sacredness, which makes me more curious as I get to know him with his unique delicate sensibility and detailed acting.
Meanwhile, JTBC’s new Saturday-Sunday drama “The Divine, Divorce” will premiere at 10:30 p.m. on March 4 (Saturday) as a pleasant human drama featuring the unexpected divorce requests faced by Shin Sung-han, a dizzyingly sensitive artist-turned-divorce lawyer.