Yoo Seung Ho Turns Into A Studious Examinee In Upcoming Historical Drama

KBS’s new historical drama “Thinking of the Moon When the Flower Blooms” (literal translation) has shared a glimpse of Yoo Seung Ho in character!

“When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon” is a drama set in the Joseon era, during the time when prohibition laws were at their strongest. The series will tell the love story of Kang Ro Seo (played by Hyeri), a struggling aristocrat who starts illegally making alcohol in order to support her family, and Joseon’s greatest inspector Nam Young (played by Yoo Seung Ho), who is known for living a very principled life.

On November 16, the drama shared new stills of Yoo Seung Ho as Nam Young, an elite inspector in the Joseon Dynasty. Nam Young was born in the distant provinces, but came up to Hanyang (modern-day Seoul) in order to revive his family’s fortunes. Although he is a studious man, as befitting of a government official, he is also skilled at the arts of war like archery.

In the photos, Nam Young arrives at an examination site in a pristine white hanbok (traditional Korean clothing). Despite the nerve-racking situation, he remains calm and collected, and his keen eyes glint with intelligence. He doesn’t cave into the pressure of civil service exams, and he remains charismatic and confident. Nam Young is someone who isn’t discouraged in dire circumstances, and he exudes perseverance as he relentlessly jots down the answers. He’s completely focused on his exam, and even though all the test takers are gone, he doesn’t hurry.

“When the Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon” will premiere on December 20 at 9:30 p.m. KST following the conclusion of “The King’s Affection.” Check out a teaser here!

Catch Yoo Seung Ho in “Memorist” below:

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