Recently, actor Kang Ki Young was a guest on DJ Ahn Young Mi’s radio show. Here, he shared his feelings about the feverish TV work “Strange female lawyer Woo Young Woo”.
Before the great success of the film, Kang Ki Young confessed that he was surprised, “I think I’ve acted in a lot of movies, but I didn’t think I would receive such attention. I hope to be able to bring a show like this. a drama that everyone can enjoy comfortably after a long time, but I didn’t expect the rating to rise so high.When the first 1 or 2 episodes were aired, I almost cried the next morning thinking that everything will be fine. The movie will make a difference in my life.”
In fact, the viewership ratings of the series increased 15 times in the latest episode compared to the first episode. The actor added, “It feels like I’m walking on a cloud. The audience commented that I’m a charming and sweet type of person, so I was also almost affected in my acting, fortunately the filming process was over. end early”. He also revealed that he used the character Harvey Specter (played by Gabriel Mact) in the American TV series “Suits” as a model.
In the drama, Kang Ki Young plays a senior lawyer Jung Myung Seok, responsible for overseeing Woo Young Woo. The actor is loved by the audience thanks to his warm, kind, responsible image at work and always protecting Woo Young Woo.
“Strange female lawyer Woo Young Woo” tells the story of Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin), an intelligent young woman with a remarkable memory but lacks social skills due to autism. Starting her first job at the firm as a lawyer, Woo Young Woo faces challenges and prejudices outside the courtroom as she wins cases with the help of trainee lawyer Lee. Jun Ho (Kang Tae Oh) and senior lawyer Jung Myung Seok (Kang Ki Young). The film depicts her struggles and successes as a lawyer using her impressive memory and creative thought process to solve cases.
Revolving around two main topics: the life of a person with autism spectrum disorder and the law, “Strange female lawyer Woo Young Woo” is not dry and heavy with professional words but gentle and full of humanity. Literature. Thanks to that, the film quickly created a “fever” on television and was rated as the best work this summer.