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"The Legend of the Blue Sea" Shows the Right Way to Use Cameo Appearances

2016/12/08 | 4762 views | Permalink | Source

Cameos are used in movies and entertainment in order to gain the viewer's attention through a short role by a popular actor.

However, there are times where cameo appearances can ruin the flow of the drama altogether.

Let's take a look at SBS drama, "The Legend of the Blue Sea" and how they used cameo appearances to their advantage.

The first cameo appearance was by actor Cha Tae-hyun in episode 4. He filmed the movie "My Sassy Girl" 15 years ago with Jun Ji-hyun and was a popular movie of the time. Cha showed his sense of humor as he commented to Jeon, "You're strong. Not just strong, but also sassy".

Next is actress Park Jin-joo who appeared in episode 6. She recently gained attention with her role as a nurse in the SBS drama, "Incarnation of Jealousy". She appeared in "The Legend of the Blue Sea" also as a nurse and revealed the same style of acting from "Incarnation of Jealousy" and allowed viewers to reminisce about the drama.

Most recently, Jo Jung-suk made an appearance this week and even was seen in the epilogue Jo also received much popularity with his role in "Incarnation of Jealousy". He played the role of a merman who was already hiding and living in Seoul before Jeon.

Viewers are excited and anticipating to see what other cameos the drama will bring in future episodes.

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