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"High Society" Sung Joon feels sorrow

2015/05/21 | Permalink | Source

Sung Joon from the new SBS drama "High Society" began to immerse in his character and felt sorrow.

Sung Joon takes on the role of Choi Joon-gi, a deputy in one of the Yoo Min Group subsidiaries and co-stars in "High Society" with Park Hyeong-sik in the role of Yoo Chang-soo.

A scene was taken of Joon-gi where he is being questioned by Chang-soo, a member of the Yoo Min Group family, for poor results in a market business. Joon-gi experiences his limit here. He is responsible for cleaning up the mess his friend and supervisor Chang-soo made.

Chang-soo can afford to laugh over a great loss but Joon-gi smiles bitterly and here's the contrast between the two. Joon-gi thinks that the only way to become rich, is to be born that way; he's determined to climb the ladder of gold.

Sung Joon managed to bring out the compression of the character and felt affectionate towards it.

"High Society" is the story of unfair status between a woman who was born rich and a man who is trying to climb the ladder of gold. The drama is written by Ha Myeong-hee and produced by Choi Yeong-hoon.

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