Shin Seung-ho, ready for reception with strong presence!
The inner darkness packed in perfection is the boy ‘Ma Whhi Young’
‘Eighteen moments’ Shin Seung-ho finished preparing for catching up with viewers by acting full of ‘anti-beauty’.
On July 10, the JTBC New Moon TV drama ‘The Eight Moments’ (directed by Shim Nam-yeon, written by Yoon Kyung-ae, produced by Drama House · Keist) will be released on July 22 following the’ The release of Shin Sung-ho’s character still cuts.
The ‘eighteen moments’ are sensual youths who look at the world of prejudiced and inexperienced ‘pre-youth’ as they are. Eighteen, entangled in a whirlwind of emotions, even in trivial matters, offer a sense of emotions and deep sympathy with realistic and deeply captivating moments that would have passed by anyone. Ongwo Wu, who takes his first step as an actor, and Kim Hyang Ki, who returned to the drama in four years, and Shin Seung-ho, a rising expectant, are exciting for drama fans.
Shin Seung-ho, who has been transformed into acting, continues to make great strides with fresh charm and intense presence. The ‘Maohyoung’, played by Shin Seung Ho, is eighteen boys who are intimately connected with the dark inside and the complex behind perfection. He is a student who is trusted by all people to his superior visual and gentle personality and is the absolute power of ‘Chun Bongo’. In contrast to Yoo Su-bing (old friend) and his old friend Choi Jun-woo (In Sung Woo), his appearance as a character starts to shake up the wall of whiteness built up solidly.
Meanwhile, Shin Seung-ho in the open photo captures his gaze with two faces of a perfect and inexperienced boy. I can feel the strength of the schoolboy as a cleavage in a state without disturbance from head to toe. As a class leader of the second and third graders, Whi Young is a versatile boy who has the affection of teachers and is equipped with a study area, exercise, and piano skills. But his 180-degree “Dark Force”, which reveals a sharp eye over a soft smile, stimulates curiosity. The focus is on how the relationship with Jun-woo, who has been absorbed by perfect perfection, has grasped the inner pain of whitewash that he has packed himself and how he wanted to conceal it.
“The Eighteen Moment,” the production team, said, “The performance of Shin Seung-ho, who depicts both the deep inside of the whistle and the two faces of the reverse, is outstanding. .
Meanwhile, ‘The Eighteen Moments’ is directed by Jim Shim Nae, director of JTBC drama festival ‘Hip Hana Sensei’, ‘Two Memories’ and ‘Memories of Midsummer’ Yoon Kyung-ah, who has been recognized for his novelness through “Brain” and “Perfect Wife”, is expecting the birth of a differentiated youth school by means of the synergy.
It will be broadcasted first at JTBC at 9:30 pm on Monday, July 22, followed by ‘The wind is blowing’.