tvN’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama “Stealer: Seven Joseon Notices” has unveiled the photos from the script reading scene, marking the start of a cool action drama.
tvN’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama “Stealer: Seven Joseon Notices” is a crime comic action drama in which a veiled cultural property thief skunk and an unofficial cultural property recovery team ‘Karma’ unite to compete against those who won’t be judged by the law.
At the script reading site, director Choi Joon Bae, writer Shin Kyung Il, and the main characters of “Stealer: Seven Joseon Notices” Joo Won (plays Hwang Dae Myung), Lee Ju Woo (plays Choi Min Woo), Jo Han Chul (plays Jang Tae In), Kim Jae Won (plays Shin Chang Hoon), Choi Hwa Jung (plays Lee Chun Ja), and Lee Deok Hwa (plays Young Soo Kim) gathered to build teamwork.
First of all, Joo Won led the atmosphere by expressing his strong ambition, saying, “I will create a filming site where the process is enjoyable.” Joo Won in role of Hwang Dae Myung, a civil servant belonging to the Cultural Heritage Administration, spend the day of a civil servant specializing in quietly walking on the path as a “chair warmer,” (one who gets wages without much effort). Not only did Hwang Dae Myung’s clumsy charm and character’s unique sly way of speaking match well with Joo Won, but he also perfected the aspect of a mysterious cultural property thief Skunk by being equipped with a 180-degree different voice.
Lee Ju Woo showed off her easy-going side by expressing Choi Min Woo’s character, who is confident about her excellent ability and showed off her charisma in the scene of arresting the criminal. In addition, Jo Han Chul, who plays Jang Tae In, the head of the Cultural Heritage Team of the Criminal Investigation Unit, conveyed Jang Tae In’s belief in reclaiming stolen cultural properties with his experienced expression.
Kim Jae Won, who plays Shin Chang Hoon, exudes the character’s energy just by reading, raising tension. Not only does he show off his ambitious police presence, but he also shows off his playful charm as the youngest member of Team Karma. On the other hand, Choi Hwa Jung added the cheerful and relaxed characteristics of the genius hacker Lee Chun Ja, and worked hand in hand with her opponents to raising wonder about Team Karma’s chemistry.
In particular, Lee Deok Hwa took the center stage by playing the indispensable villain Kim Young Soo character in “Stealer: Seven Joseon Notices.” The viciousness of Kim Young Soo, who stands at the peak of wealth with numerous cultural assets in the drama, but is blinded by endless greed, was vividly revived through Lee Deok Hwa’s acting.
As these veiled skunks and unique characters are gathered together, the synergy they will create is expected to be outstanding. There is a pleasant expectation of what kind of story the actors assimilated into their respective characters will complete.
Meanwhile, tvN’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama “Stealer: Seven Joseon Notices” will premiere at 10:30 p.m. on April 12
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