Always a Groomsman; Never the Groom..Change Agencies and Make the fans Happy!
Filmography (I’ve seen)
Upcoming 2014 Age Of Feeling (supporting role)
2013Who Are You (supporting role)
2010Mary Stayed Out All Night(supporting role)
2010Bad Guy (supporting role)
2008The Kingdom Of The Winds (supporting role)
2007Coffee Prince (supporting role)
2007Dal Ja’s Spring (supporting role)
AGAIN?!! WHY??!! With the announcement of Kim Jae Wook being added to the cast, my feelings were two-fold. First excitement that I was going to see him again in a drama but it quickly followed with dismay and anger as I thought once again a good actor would be cheated out of an opportunity to excel and show his ability as a leading man; a leading man who actually gets “the girl”!
As you can see, I’ve seen Kim Jae Wook several times in dramas and once in a movie. As stated, all of the roles were supporting or brief (Dal Ja’s Spring). But one thing was certain. In each and every role, I totally remembered his character with love and affection. From the first time I laid eyes on him in Bad Guy as the poor, suffering and unloved Hong Tae Sung:
Next we had Mary Stayed Out All Night where he played Jung In:
In Coffee Prince, he played No Sun Ki:
In Who Are You, he played Lee Hyun Joon:
But it couldn’t get worse than the fact that the only time I’ve seen him successfully win the one he loved was in Antique Bakery. Pictures speaks a thousand words:
So, even though I have excitement towards the upcoming Age of Feeling, don’t be surprised as I think ahead of how the story will go and this best reflects my current expression:
I hope to hell I am proven wrong but we won’t know until next month when the drama starts. Please, writer-nim, prove me wrong….PLEASE?