Ahn Jae Hyun caught up in an acting controversy: New weekend drama in crisis 

Ahn Jae Hyun, the male lead of KBS2’s “The Real Has Come!”, has been under fire for his lackluster acting skill since the drama’s premiere. 

Despite being absent from the screen for four years, Ahn Jae Hyun‘s awkward and exaggerated facial expressions in KBS2’s “The Real Has Come!” have remained unchanged, raising concerns about his ability to lead the drama.

Ahn Jae-hyun

The drama centers around the story of a fake contract romance between an unmarried mother and a bachelor father, revolving around the baby in the womb. The story follows the family’s ups and downs as they grow together through the stages of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting.

Ahn Jae Hyun plays an OB-GYN, who, despite having excellent looks and superior genes, does not believe in marriage. However, in the first episode, he becomes involved in a scandalous situation that leads to a forced marriage.

Ahn Jae-hyun

As the drama unfolds, Ahn Jae Hyun’s cringeworthy performance has been disappointing, and the reviews have been negative. Furthermore, his voice, which was relatively stable during calm emotional scenes, fell apart during scenes that required him to show strong emotions.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time Ahn Jae Hyun has come under fire for his acting skills. In his previous drama, “Love with Flaws,” he received criticism for his stiff facial expressions and robotic movements, despite his good looks. Even in his first lead role in “Blood,” his acting abilities were called into question.

The Real Has Come

In the case of “The Real Has Come!,” Ahn Jae Hyun’s schedule issues caused him to join the cast late, adding to the pressure he was already under. Despite his best efforts, the drama’s disappointing performance indicates that he may not have been able to deliver what was required of him.

The low ratings of “The Real Has Come!” on first episode (17.7%) are particularly disappointing, falling 2.8% behind its predecessor “Three Bold Siblings,” and failing to achieve the 20% mark that has not been surpassed since “Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life” aired four years ago.

Source: Naver

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