Lee Jun Ho’s Character, Played By Kang Tae Oh, Has Received A Lot Of Love From The Audience Because He Can Be So Considerate Of People With Autism Like Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin).
Kang Tae Oh is currently in the spotlight through his acting in the drama ” Extraordinary Attorney Woo “. The actor born that year plays the character of Lee Jun Ho, one of the employees at the law firm Hanbada who seems to like Woo Young Woo ( Park Eun Bin ).
When interviewed by the Korean Singles YouTube channel, Kang Tae Oh revealed what makes “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” interesting to watch. “The TV series ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ is a courtroom drama TV series per episode,” said Kang Tae Oh.
“Therefore, various characters appear in each episode. As viewers watch each episode, they can see the amazing actors. So I hope they enjoy this little fun while keeping that in mind,” added Kang Tae Oh.
Lee Jun Ho’s character, played by Kang Tae Oh, received a lot of love from the audience because he was so considerate of people with autism like Woo Young Woo. But the handsome actor admitted that he was reluctant to be Lee Jun Ho even though it was only for one day.
“It will be difficult to live as Lee Jun Ho because he is very busy. If I work in the Legal Affairs and Litigation Team, my days will be very difficult. I just want to live as Kang Tae Oh. I will only see Jun Ho while filming,” said Kang Tae Oh.
Kang Tae Oh then revealed how he played the role of Lee Jun Ho. “I try to speak fluently. And I try not to put out the energy in my voice. Things like that. I think I want to be like Jun Ho because he is very sweet, gentle, and wise,” he said.
“I’m a very simple and unreasonable person. So when I acted as Jun Ho, the director gave me a lot of tips. I had to look cool as Jun Ho but I couldn’t. So I thought a lot,” continued Kang Tae Oh.
Meanwhile, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” has aired 7 episodes with the highest rating record breaking through 11.6 percent. The drama, which also stars Kang Ki Young , will air the latest episode on Thursday (21/7) tonight.