“My Liberation Notes vs The Roundup”… Netizens express divided tastes about Son Seok-koo’s acting style

Actor Son Seok-koo is captivating many people’s hearts by playing two characters with different charms in the drama “My Liberation Notes” and the movie “The Roundup”.

According to the cast’s popularity category for the third week of May that was announced by Good Data on May 24th, Son Seok-koo of JTBC’s “My Liberation Notes” ranked first.

Son Seok-koo is receiving a lot of attention as he has maintained the top spot in this category for 4 consecutive weeks.

In “My Liberation Notes”, Son Seok-koo is playing Mr. Goo and acting as a romantic couple called “Revere” with Kim Ji-won, who takes on the role of Yeom Mi-jung.

Mr. Goo, who was recently revealed to have managed a host bar, left for Seoul and broke up with Yeom Mi-jung, causing viewers to feel sorry for him. However, on the May 22nd broadcast, Mr. Goo and Yeom Mi-jung reunited 3 years after they broke up, raising expectations for the development of their relationship.

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Son Seok-koo transforms into Mr. Goo, a mysterious stranger, and plays a big part in the success of “My Liberation Notes”. On the other hand, Son Seok-koo, who starred in the movie “The Roundup”, is showing a different charm from the drama.

In the crime action movie “The Roundup“, Son Seok-koo played the strongest villain Kang Hae-sang, who replaces the notorious crime lord Jang Chen (Yoon Kye-sang) of “The Outlaws”.

Kang Hae-sang is a character who does not hesitate to kidnap and kill people for money. He fights against the “monster” police officer Ma Seok-do (Ma Dong-seok).

Son Seok-koo is also playing an important role in increasing the number of audiences for “The Roundup” by making this role his own.

Netizens are showing various reactions such as “I like Son Seok-koo’s romance”, “I like Son Seok-koo better in charismatic action movies” and “Both characters are the best.”

Source: Insight

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