Upcoming weekend drama, “Ohjakgyo Brothers” will hold its press conference on August 2, four days prior to its pilot broadcast on August 6.
According to a press release issued by KBS, the event will take place at 2 pm on Monday, August 2 at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Gangnam, Seoul.
Cast members Kim Ja Ok, Baek Il Sub, Jung Woong In, Jun Mi Sun, Ryu Su Young, Choi Jung Yoon, Joo Won, Uee and Yun Woo Jin together with director Kim Min Su are expected to attend.
“Ohjakgyo Brothers” tells about tells the story of a couple and their four sons who reside in a farm in the outskirts of Seoul. The drama will take over the 7:55 pm timeslot starting August 6 when drama “I Believe in Love” finishes its run.
View the drama trailer below.
July 29, 2011, Su Young’s Sphere
KBS2 have released the third teaser of upcoming weekend drama Ojakgyo Brothers.
More information about Ojakgyo Brothers here.
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July 27, 2011, Su Young’s Sphere
Ryu Su Young is returning to the small screen five months after starring as handsome professor Nam Jeong Woo in MBC drama “My Princess”. This time, he will play the role of a reporter in family drama, Ojakgyo Brothers.
DVS Korea Entertainment, Ryu Su Young’s agency confirmed that 32-year-old actor is cast in weekend family drama Ojakgyo Brothers as Hwang Tae Beom, a reporter and the second son of the Hwang family who lives in a farm near Seoul.
Ojakgyo Brothers is helmed by Kim Min Soo (The Snow Queen, Goodbye Solo, More Beautiful Than a Flower) and written by Lee Jung Sun (My Life’s Golden Age, Surgeon Bong Dal Hee). The drama also stars Joo Won (Baker Kim Kim Tak Gu), After School’s UEE (You’re Beautiful) and Jung Woong In (Queen Seonduk, Last Scandal ).
The first script reading took place on June 26th and broadcast will start on August 6 on KBS2, replacing I Believe in Love in the 7:55 p.m. timeslot.
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June 28, 2011, Su Young’s Sphere
Ryu Su Young is confirmed to join Song Seung Hun, Kim Tae Hee and Park Ye Jin in upcoming MBC romantic-comedy miniseries, “My Princess”. This will be Ryu Su Young’s comeback project after his discharge from military service last September 6.
In “My Princess”, Ryu Su Young will once again play the role of a handsome and upright university professor similar to Choi Gi Chan of ” Bad Couple” (SBS, 2007). However this time, he won’t be studying new species of plants and flowers, but he will be digging and examining rocks!
Ryu Su Young will be Nam Jeong Woo, an archaeology and art history professor who is admired by every female student and aptly nicknamed the “idol lecturer” for his good looks and charm. Of course, his endearing qualities do not escape the attention and affection of Lee Seol, a clumsy student-turned-princess overnight played by Kim Tae Hee. Will this be another “male college professor-young female student” romance? We will find out soon!
“My Princess” will be MBC’s Wednesday-Thursday 9:55pm drama offering following “Home Sweet Home”.
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21 November 2010, Su Young’s Sphere
Actor Ryu Su Young expressed his gratitude to Kim Tae-hee whom he acted with in his come back project.
After being discharged from the army last year in September, he played the role of Nam Jeong-woo, a professor of antiquities, who was loved by Kim Tae-hee who became a princess later.
When he was asked how he felt about being love by Kim Tae-hee by Star Today, he said, “It felt really good. My opposing partner Kim Tae-hee looked at me with eyes filled with hearts. Of course that disappeared little by little as she fell in love with Song Seung-heon throughout the drama”.
“It’s not a pretty actress playing pretty roles, the actress looks pretty because of the role, and just like that the role of Nam Jeong-woo made me look cool. If Kim Tae-hee hadn’t looked at me like that I wouldn’t have looked as cool. I think I owe her. I thank her”.
Nam Jeong-woo is a decent looking, sentimental guy who is knowledgeable and passionate about his career. He was called the Korean Hugh Grant for his character which he played out 120%. He said he felt good to hear that.
“It was great the drama did so well from the beginning. Everyone knew our character names by the second episode”. Having successfully ended his come back project, he is now looking at his next work.
Being thirty two at a man’s age, he’s been to the army and now all that’s left is to spread out his dreams as an actor. When he was asked about his plans for the future, he spilled out, “To be honest, I think I’ve played young roles to be called an actor”.
“I remember Kim Yoon-seok telling me ‘it’s important to act fit to the situation’. I want to act like that. I want to be able to convey the exact feeling of the script”.
June 22, 2011, Su Young’s Sphere