With the character of a strong man, straightforward but humorous, Duy Hung has created new features that make the audience love at “Happy Garage”.
The TV series Happy Garage on VTV3 in the prime time frame of Vietnamese movies is creating strong effects. The appeal of the script along with the talented cast that created the initial success of the film is undeniable.
Among them, the presence of Duy Hung – a familiar face of the Vietnamese small screen – also creates a very unique and interesting attraction for the film. Sticking with acting from theater to drama for a long time in supporting roles, but every appearance of Duy Hung makes viewers deeply impressed.
“Deputy leader” Trung (Duy Hung) car repair garage plays funny and cute
After the role of Dong in the season of finding flowers again, to the character Trung in the happy garage, Duy Hung promises to make a new mark in his acting career. Not a rough Gypsy guy in The Judge or a brutish country boy in the season of Finding Flowers, Duy Hung in Happy Garage is a manly but extremely humorous guy.
The audience was delighted with Duy Hung’s hilarious comedy performance
In addition to his good role-playing ability, Duy Hung also shows that he has research and investment in the character he plays.
In the movie Duy Hung plays Trung, a junior and an employee under Khai (Bao Anh) at Ngoc Van garage. Trung “buffalo” previously ran away from home and was helped by Khai, so he later worked at Khai’s garage. Trung is absolutely loyal to Khai and is also protected and helped by Khai.
Although the outside “interface” still has the usual fierce features, inside the “buffalo” Trung has a weak interior. It is this feature that makes Trung “buffalo” to create unmatchable comedy situations in Happy Garage.
Bao Anh and Duy Hung in a scene from the movie Happy Garage
One of the funny points that Duy Hung created for his character is that Trung has a hobby of adding “s” to the end of words. Right from the opening episode, in the dialogue with the female lead, Trung emphasized that he was “the deputy leader” and bluntly told Son Ca: “Don’t act like a cow, money is not a shell that everyone knows. rent”.
After that, Trung also told the staff to “watch out” Son Ca: “Look at it, put the bolts and screws carefully in, you won’t believe it. My father touched me promiscuously”. These sayings quickly went viral on social networks by the online community and became the new slang dictionary of young people.
The dialogue between Trung and Khai is equally funny when he asks Khai about Van (Ngoc Huyen), but he does not receive an answer. Trung angrily confided: “If you ask me, I will answer, why are you so quiet? You often have the style of sowing pain and then neglecting. Now just drag people into the alley, turn right and go home. Who can stand it?”
Although looking at men like that, there is only one thing that makes Trung “buffalo” afraid of losing his soul, that is chicken. In an excerpt introducing the character before the film aired, Trung cried when his colleague used a chicken’s head and a chicken feather broom to scare the audience, making the audience “laugh out loud”.
Because of this humorous “content”, the audience is eagerly looking forward to the next episodes of Happy Garage and especially Duy Hung’s witty appearances.
Duy Hung’s role of Ba Dong in “The season of re-discovered flowers” is memorable to TV audiences
This is not the first time Duy Hung’s role has been loved by the audience. He has made a name for himself with many unique roles such as Hoang “iron face” in The Judge, Nghia “protector” of Quynh doll, Viet “wolf” in the Maze, Hieu of Pho in the village. But the role that makes the audience have a different view of him is Ba Dong in the season of flowers.
Playing the role of a “rooster raising child” father, Ba Dong is a rough and rude man on the outside, but hidden deep inside is a warm and lovely heart. The dialogue of the character Dong is quite unique – saving words to the maximum extent but still making the audience remember most of them.
It is Duy Hung’s natural and close acting when incarnating into the roles that makes the audience “remember the name”.