Lee Yi Kyung Talks About Playing Park Min Young's Villainous Husband In

Lee Yi Kyung has shared his thoughts on playing the villain of tvN’s upcoming drama “Marry My Husband”!

Based on the popular web novel of the same name, “Marry My Husband” tells the revenge story of the terminally ill Kang Ji Won (Park Min Young), who witnesses her best friend Jung Soo Min (Song Ha Yoon) and her husband Park Min Hwan (Lee Yi Kyung) having an affair—and is then murdered by her husband.

When Kang Ji Won is transported 10 years back into the past and gets a second chance at life, she winds up seeking revenge together with her boss Yoo Ji Hyeok (Na In Woo).

When asked why he had chosen to play the role of Park Min Hwan, Lee Yi Kyung shared, “Starting from when I first received the script, I was drawn to the fact that [Park Min Hwan] was an unambiguous, clear-cut bad character, and that was the aspect of the role I found most appealing.”

As for his approach to the role, Lee Yi Kyung remarked, “I made an effort to keep Park Min Hwan from coming off as merely a comedic character. In order to portray his two-faced nature in a dramatic way, I’m putting my focus on carefully controlling the balance between his tough and weak sides.”

Meanwhile, Song Ha Yoon explained her decision to play the deceitful Jung Soo Min by recalling, “The drama’s script was really fun, and I was intrigued by the aspects of Jung Soo Min that I couldn’t understand.”

The actress also revealed that she tried to capture Jung Soo Min’s complex feelings and state of mind by choosing costumes with a wide variety of colors. “However,” she added, “in contrast to her complicated state of mind, I tried to portray Soo Min’s life in a simple way.”

“Marry My Husband” will premiere on January 1, 2024 at 8:50 p.m. KST. Check out a teaser for the drama here!

In the meantime, watch Song Ha Yoon in “Oh! Youngsim” on Viki below:

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And Lee Yi Kyung in “Bear Man” below!

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