“Bossam: Steal the Fate” is in regards to the fateful romance that happens when a mysterious rogue named Ba Woo (Jung Il Woo) unintentionally kidnaps Princess Soo Kyung (Girls’ Generation’s Yuri), the widowed daughter of King Gwanghae (Kim Tae Woo). Shin Hyun Soo performs Dae Yeop, Soo Kyung’s good friend and brother-in-law who has a delicate spot for her.
The ultimate episode of the hit historic drama scored a median nationwide viewership score of 9.eight %, breaking its personal MBN ratings record. Regarding the success of his drama, Shin Hyun Soo shared, “Viewership rankings are a numerical side, and I don’t suppose there’s a definitive reply. While filming, the director noticed the three of us having a dialogue with the script. He mentioned that was very lovely and that we had been glowing.” Shin Hyun Soo positioned emphasis on the method of filming slightly than the outcomes.
The actor shared, “It’s actually my first time enjoying the second male lead. That’s why it felt new. It was enjoyable to observe the standard sageuk (Korean historic drama) path that solely the second male leads can have. The ending ends in dying, however I felt a whole lot of anticipation and pleasure from portraying the loneliness the second male lead feels in a love triangle and the scene of him wiping away his tears.”
Shin Hyun Soo defined that he knew his character would die at his father Lee Yi Cheom’s (Lee Jae Yong‘s) arms. Therefore, he purposefully created a hotter environment together with his on-screen father at first of the drama to indicate larger distinction with the ending. He elaborated, “Although he can’t be happy with dying, Soo Kyung was every part to Dae Yeop. In Dae Yeop’s coronary heart, his purpose was to guard Soo Kyung. He was happy with simply the truth that Soo Kyung may stay safely, and Soo Kyung was the explanation for Dae Yeop’s life. He devoted himself to that Soo Kyung and guarded her, so I believe Dae Yeop died with none regrets. Rather than fearing dying, he died whereas wishing for their happiness.”
Having filmed from November to May, Shin Hyun Soo shared that Jung Il Woo and Yuri felt like household to him. He revealed, “While monitoring our drama, we ship one another messages like, ‘This scene is so good,’ and, ‘We labored actually exhausting then.’ We’ve change into near that extent. There was a whole lot of time we spent collectively, and we ate collectively now and again, so we’re virtually household. We couldn’t assist however get shut. We talked about easy methods to movie the following scene even whereas consuming, and I used to be grateful for that type of perspective. I are inclined to get pleasure from asking for one another’s opinion and conversing, and people two individuals additionally weren’t towards that. We put our heads collectively much more and got here up with extra concepts, so it was enjoyable making the drama.”
The actor couldn’t cease praising his co-stars. He shared, “Jung Il Woo is an older brother and senior actor who has skilled the sageuk style so much. An actor’s ability that comes from expertise is actually distinctive. His portrayal of Ba Woo’s emotional scenes and his skill to steer the narrative are very good, so I discovered so much from watching. He may have had completely different interpretations from me. I discovered from watching the technique and ability by which actor Jung Il Woo interpreted issues, and it helped so much with my progress.”
Shin Hyun Soo continued, “I felt on the set that actress Yuri’s emotions in the direction of performing is honest. Furthermore, I felt that she is a very severe individual. Yuri additionally appears used to creating eventualities and creating conditions after having skilled performing in performs, so we talked so much in regards to the script. That type of work may have been troublesome. It may have been troublesome bodily, however she didn’t present that she was drained even as soon as. She’s a cheerful and refreshing good friend, so I obtained a whole lot of assist from her on set.” Expressing his gratitude to his new colleagues, Shin Hyun Soo shared that they helped him act extra passionately.
Shin Hyun Soo additionally talked about feeling grateful for with the ability to work regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic, sharing his hopes that viewers may really feel comforted by wanting on the lovely surroundings within the drama. Having additionally starred in JTBC’s “Hello, My Twenties,” “Welcome to Waikiki 2,” and MBC’s “The Emperor: Owner of the Mask,” the actor touched upon his rising worldwide fanbase after the conclusion of his most up-to-date drama. He shared, “I’m grateful that viewers overseas have liked ‘Bossam: Steal the Fate’ so much as properly.”
Regarding the photographs and drawings he posts on his Instagram, Shin Hyun Soo shared, “I didn’t discover ways to draw.” He added, “I’m abstractly portraying the issues I need to categorical. If the chance arises, I need to maintain a photograph or drawing exhibit.”
The actor revealed that filming the drama had felt like taking over a brand new problem for him. He shared, “While filming ‘Bossam: Steal the Fate,’ I expressed and emotionally felt new issues that I hadn’t skilled earlier than, so it was fascinating and a little bit bit extra refreshing. In the following mission, I need to strive a brand new style I haven’t tried earlier than or tackle the brand new problem of a unique occupation.” Shin Hyun Soo briefly talked about that he’s additionally reviewing his subsequent mission.
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