Son Suk Ku Admits That He And Kim Ji Won Are Shy On The Set Of ‘My Liberation Notes’


The Last Episode Of ‘My Liberation Notes’ Recorded The Highest Rating Throughout The Broadcast. According To Nielsen Korea, This Drama Managed To Record A Rating Of 6.7 Percent.

Son Suk Ku recently finished starring in ” My Liberation Notes “. The 1983-born actor drew a lot of attention for his role as the character Mr. Gu who is addicted to alcohol.

In a recent interview with the “My Liberation Notes” team, Son Suk Ku revealed a message for his character. “I think it ends with a little hope. I hope he drinks less,” said Son Suk Ku.

Son Suk Ku continued, “And even though it wasn’t fixed just because people around you mentioned it, he built opportunities through Mi Jung ( Kim Ji Won ) personally so I hope he continues to do well.”

“To Mr. Gu and myself, I want to say, ‘You have worked hard, I feel proud, and succeeded’,” added Son Suk Ku. The handsome actor then discussed how it felt to compete acting with Kim Ji Won.

“I think both Ji Won and I are quite shy about many things so (we have) personalities that are difficult to shoot romantic (drama). But Ji Won saw me and smiled first, so I think we can do well without being shy.” Son Suk Ku.

To their viewers, Son Suk Ku commented, “I thought our drama spoke the truth. I thought it only spoke the truth. I hope that comfortable feeling sinks in. Thank you for watching!”

“My Liberation Notes” concludes with the three brothers Yeom Ki Jung ( Lee El ), Yeom Chang Hee ( Lee Min Ki ) and Yeom Mi Jung being released on their own terms. The same thing happened to Mr. Gu who felt Mi Jung was standing at the end of the road and smiled at her.

Meanwhile, the last episode of “My Liberation Notes” recorded the highest rating throughout the broadcast. According to Nielsen Korea, this drama managed to record a rating of 6.7 percent. Don’t miss watching it.


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