Kim Yoo Jung takes social media by storm every time new photos of her wearing hanbok are released.
Lovers Of The Red Sky is coming to an end. This period drama may not be considered a memorable work in Kim Yoo Jung‘s career for some viewers, but it’s undeniable that the actress’s gorgeous visual in historical setting always manages to impress the audiences.
Fans of Korean dramas have probably fallen for Kim Yoo Jung since they started watching her as a child actress during the early days of her career, especially when she starred in historical dramas. Kim Yoo Jung is often praised for her dreamy and graceful look whenever she wears hanbok. Her innocent smile and sweet aura can easily capture the hearts of many viewers. Therefore, every time Kim Yoo Jung is cast in a period drama, most recently Lovers Of The Red Sky, the public has high expectations for her look in Korea’s traditional attire and natural acting performance.
Lovers Of The Red Sky’s viewership rating after 12 episodes cannot be considered high, but is not low either. The drama’s popularity and media coverage is quite average. Kim Yoo Jung in the role of Hong Chun Gi still delivers a good performance. The character’s various emotions are well portrayed by the talented actress. Either in the scenes of showcasing Chun Gi’s genius painting talent, or the emotional scenes with the man she has feelings for, Kim Yoo Jung can always act well in a subtle way, through her expressive eyes and even the tiniest expressions.
In addition, Kim Yoo Jung’s captivating look when wearing hanboks is definitely one of the highlights of Lovers Of The Red Sky. Every time behind-the-scenes photos of the actress are released, netizens can’t help but admire her pure and elegant beauty. With the neatly braided hair and light makeup, Kim Yoo Jung proves she totally deserves to be dubbed the “goddess of historical drama”.
Kim Yoo Jung is also adored thanks to her overflowing energy. She is often seen happily enjoying the filming atmosphere. She looks comfortable and happy behind the scenes, but when the cameras start rolling, she shows her professionalism by immediately transforming into the character.
There are things that are no longer new but still strangely appealing. Kim Yoo Jung first wore hanbok on the screen when she was only 10 years old. Now that she turns 22 years old, her visual in the traditional costume is still radiant, not boring at all. Kim Yoo Jung’s latest character Hong Chun Gi seems to be more tough than Gil Ra On of Love in the Moonlight. Hong Chun Gi is a courageous girl, who is not hesitant to pursue her passion. Without fussy costumes, she still gives off the essence of a woman during the Joseon era.
Lovers Of The Red Sky is approaching its finale. Hopefully, the drama will wrap up with a well-deserved result, making it another iconic historical drama in the career of Kim Yoo Jung.