Become An Influential Royal Figure, This Is The Reason Jang Hyuk Is Willing To Star In ‘Bloody Heart’
Ahead Of The Premiere Of ‘Bloody Heart’, Jang Hyuk Talked About His Reason For Starring In This Drama. Check Out The Full Story In The News Below.
Jang Hyuk will soon greet viewers through the new KBS drama entitled ” Bloody Heart “. Ahead of the broadcast, he talked about various interesting things about his role as Park Gye Won.
“Bloody Heart” is a fictional historical drama about the bloody political romance between Lee Tae ( Lee Joon ), a king who must leave the woman he loves in order to survive, and a woman named Yoo Jung ( Kang Han Na ), who must become a queen to survive. life.
Jang Hyuk will be taking on the role of Park Gye Won, an official who helps Lee Tae’s father overthrow the former king. Because of his services, he was later appointed as the First Deputy Prime Minister who had more influence than the king.
Regarding his reason for starring in this drama, Jang Hyuk said, “You can think of it as a drama that depicts palace politics. But this drama reveals the human relationships connected with each character, the conflicts, the harmony that occurs in them, as well as situations that suit each other’s interests. .”
He continued, “I thought that part was very interesting. I was also interested because Park Gye Won played the role of the ‘Creator of the King’ as well as a loyal servant of the country, as well as the person who balances the hearts of the king and the people.”
Jang Hyuk then revealed how he felt when portraying the character. He explained, “Park Gye Won looks like a god of authority, but he is a loyal servant to the country. He is a character who has the desire not to repeat the things that happened while going through the tyranny of the Yeonsan era.”
“While acting, I also felt psychologically depressed. Park Gye Won had no choice but to place the woman he loved the most in the King’s Palace, and he felt sorry for her because she was always being watched. I wanted to express those feelings as best I could,” he added.
Furthermore, he said, “I focused on showing a fragile human figure in the scene where the woman I love enters the palace. And I put special emphasis on expressing my inner pain.”
Meanwhile, “Bloody Heart” is prepared to replace the broadcast slot ” Crazy Love ” on KBS Monday-Tuesday night. The plan, the drama directed by ” How to Buy a Friend ” will start airing on May 2.