Lee Je Hoon has been receiving a favorable response from the public following his top-rating Korean drama “Taxi Driver” and Netflix’s “Move to Heaven.”
In a recent video interview, the 36-year-old actor expressed his appreciation towards the fans and their overflowing love and support for his two current dramas.
Moreover, he mentioned how thrilled and grateful he is for the viewer’s feedback and says that he will continue to give the audience a new transformation in his future endeavors as an actor.
Lee Je Hoon Details the Difference Between his Role in “Taxi Driver” and “Move to Heaven”
As for the connection between Lee Je Hoon’s latest dramas, he shared the key points and what sets apart between his role as Kim Do Ki in the SBS drama and uncle Cho Sang Gu in the Netflix mini-series.
Since both dramas depict the image of society, the award-winning actor explained that in “Move to Heaven,” the characters maintained a positive outlook in life despite the negative situation.
On the other hand, the Kdrama “Taxi Driver” highlights the difficulty and issue in the society but pointed out it shouldn’t happen in real life, adding that the drama should remain a drama.
To recall, Kim Do Ki is a member of the Rainbow Taxi group with a secret mission to avenge the victims whom the law can’t protect.
On the other hand, his “Move to Heaven” character plays a former boxer who was imprisoned after leaving his opponent severely hurt. Little did he know that being a guardian of his nephew Han Geu Ru, played by Tang Jun Sang, would change him completely.
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Lee Je Hoon Hopeful for the Second Season of “Move to Heaven”
With the massive attention of the viewers, the “Where Stars Land” actor seemed to be looking forward to the possibility of having “Move to Heaven 2.”
During the interview, he shared that he is hoping that the season would tackle touching stories adding that he personally wishes that “Sang Gu can show a more mature figure.”
Prior to Lee Je Hoon’s recent chat, “Move to Heaven” screenwriter, Yoon Ji Ryun, shared that there has been a discussion about the opportunity of having a sequel; unfortunately, everything is still up in the air and nothing has been confirmed.
However, Yoon vowed to “introduce a better episode” for the viewers if given a chance.
What Lee Je Hoon Considers Before Saying Yes to a Drama Offer
The 36-year-old actor says that there’s always a “thirst for change” in terms of appearance and the way of expressing his acting abilities.
Moreover, he also highlighted that challenges in work should not be hindered.
As for choosing for a new project, the “Signal” star says that the character is as important as the story tells, adding “you can participate regardless of whether you want to follow the role you played in the past or not.”
Lastly, he concluded his interview by saying that he hopes to be an actor who is always curious and hungry for development.
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Written by Geca Wills