From “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” to “The Good Detective 2”, actor Choi Dae-hoon impresses the viewers with his amazing acting transformation 

Actor Choi Dae-hoon’s facial expression that changes according to his character drew admiration from the viewers.

Choi Dae-hoon recently made a special appearance in ENA’s recently ended drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” and acted as an arrogant senior.

In JTBC’s Saturday-Sunday drama “The Good Detective 2”, he showed a 180-degree different acting transformation as the villain Cheon Sang-woo. If Jang Seung-joon in “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is just a bad guy, Cheon Sang-woo in “The Good Detective 2” is a cruel villain that should not exist in reality. Choi Dae-hoon’s passionate acting attracted keen attention with his shocking transformations that are unbelievably performed by the same actor.

In “The Good Detective 2”, which aired on August 27th, Cheon Sang-woo shocked the viewers with his brutal side. Cheon Sang-woo, who previously considered the death of Jung Hee-joo (Ha Young) insignificant, showed no changes in his feelings. Far from being saddened by the news of his family member’s death, he only felt sorry for the fact that Woo Tae-ho’s disappearance prevented him from reaching the prosecution and expressed only displeasure with the growing suspicion toward TJ after the incidents of Jung Hee-joo and the death of Woo Tae-ho.

Cheon Sang-woo’s devil nature exploded in front of Jung In-bum (Park Geun-hyung). Jung In-bum, who remembered that Cheon Sang-woo visited Jung In-bum’s store before Jung Hee-joo’s death, continued to burst into anger as he interfered with Cheon Sang-woo. Cheon Sang-woo pretended to support Jung In-bum and approached him. “Your granddaughter is the one who destroyed another’s family. She deserves to die. She sticks to a wealthy married man just to distort money. Not me but God will punish her”, he said, shocking the viewers and drawing frustration with his verbal abuse.

Cheon Sang-woo portrayed by Choi Dae-hoon is nearly a monster. Starting with the eyes that change from an empty look to an evil look, the emotions expressed on the outside that show only anger and displeasure, and his human side was thoroughly blocked from appearing, making his villain look feel absolutely evil. In particular, Choi Dae-hoon’s ruthless image of bursting out uncontrollably anger as Cheon Sang-woo when standing in front of Jung In-bum made the viewers feel breathless and increased their immersion.

Choi Dae-hoon’s performance made the audience feel the power of an actor who changed his face depending on the character. By immersing himself entirely in the character Cheon Sang-woo, Choi Dae-hoon made the viewers fall into the worldview of “The Good Detective 2”. The acting transformation of Choi Dae-hoon, who shows a different face in every work while solidifying his own color, makes people look forward to his future performances as villains.

Source: daum

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