Yoo Seung Ho and Park Chul Min who are currently on the drama “Warrior Baek Dong Soo” have an interesting friendship that is gaining attention. This drama is the third time that they are acting together. They appeared on a film in 2009, titled “4th Class Deduction Field,” also they both voiced characters for “Leafie, A Hen into the Wild.”
Both actors described their relationship with the other. Yoo Seung Ho, “He always makes the film setting humorous and leads well. He also teaches me a lot about acting.” Park Chul Min, “Seung Ho is growing every time I am acting with him.”
Yoo Seung Ho also stated that he felt like he had to be a better actor for the younger actors that portrayed various characters and their younger selves.
“Warrior Baek Dong Soo” is a comic book adaptation and had its first broadcast on July 4th. The story is about a hero named Baek Dong Soo who was the best swordsman during the Joseon dynasty. The first episode contained martial arts and the story went by quickly. Currently Yoo Seung Ho is gaining a lot of attention, he plays the role of “Yeo Woon,” and is a lot bigger than he was four years ago. For the first time, Yoo Seung Ho is trying out an antagonist character.
In 2007, Yoo Seung Ho played “Sung Jong” on the drama “The King and Me.” The drama had nearly 30% of viewership and Yoo Seung Ho was well known as the “national little brother.”
Source: Star News