Song Kang Ho Talks Appearing 1st Drama In 35 Years For Disney+ “Uncle Sam Sik”

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Famous veteran actor Song Kang Ho talks 1st drama in 35 years since his debut!

At the production presentation for “Uncle Samsik” held recently, Song Kang Ho expressed his thoughts, saying, “It has been 28 years since my film debut and 35 years since I started acting in theater. It’s been 35 years since I appeared in a drama, so it feels a bit unfamiliar, nervous, but also exciting. My emotions are mixed.”

Regarding his decision to appear in an online streaming service (OTT) production, he explained, “Communication methods have become diverse and varied in this era, so I felt the need to try different things.”

Set in the 1960s, which laid the groundwork for present-day South Korea, “Uncle Samsik” explores the story of ordinary people from the perspective of Park Doo-chil, who was called “Uncle Samsik” [played by Song Kang Ho] because he never went hungry for three meals a day even during the war.

While “Uncle Samsik” is a noir drama in which characters with their own desires, such as politicians, businessmen, and soldiers, engage in fierce struggles, Director Shin described its genre as romance.

The actors who participated in the production all praised the solid script of “Uncle Samsik” as a reason for joining the project, raising high expectations for the drama. Song Kang Ho emphasized, “Just like how new events added to the Olympic games feel refreshing and highly anticipated, ‘Uncle Samsik’ will be a powerful and attractive drama that will remain in people’s hearts like an ‘additional event’ among OTT dramas.”

“Uncle Samsik” consists of a total of 16 episodes and released its 1st 5 episodes earlier today on Disney+.

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