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Yoo Hae-jin and Oh Dal-soo's way of getting love

2017/06/13 | 274 views | Permalink | Source

Side actors are starring in movies and dramas and are slowly making their way to be main characters. Oh Dal-soo is starring in director Lee Hwan-kyung's movie "Next Door Neighbors". Lee Moon-shik is a lead character in the movie "Karaoke Crazies" and Bae Sung-woo was a lead character in the movie "The King".

Movie makers are delighted by this turn of events. These actors also hope to be the new Yoo Hae-jin who starred in his own movie called "Luck.Key" which recorded over 7 million views.

Since when have side actors garnered so much attention?

Sources say it's probably because of their humane image and loyalty. They also have a good base for acting and they have done their parts in making the movie well-seasoned. They have finally earned the favors of the public.

However, it's not every day that side actors succeed on their own. Apparently some regret making their own movies if the movies don't do well enough and they get a reputation for being 'unsuccessful'.

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