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“Bad guy, not a villain, I even met fans in the street”

Actor Yang Kyung-won has once again proved his new side in “Big Mouth”.

MBC Friday and Saturday’s drama Big Mouth (produced by Jang Young-chul, Jung Kyung-soon, written by Kim Ha-ram and directed by Oh Choong-hwan) recently concluded its long series with episode 16 (final episode) on September 17th. Among the show’s popularity up to the last episode, Yang Kyung-won’s true worth, who completed a high-class performance becoming Gong Ji-hoon himself thanks to his acting skills and experience, receives favorable reviews.

Gong Ji-hoon is the president of media mogul Woojung Ilbo, and Yang Kyung-won perfectly expressed his madness created by power and material lust. The character of Gong Ji-hoon, who collaborated with his “enemy” Park Chang-ho (Lee Jong-seok) to not be deprived of what made him a meticulous and cruel privileged villain, showed a strong presence in “Big Mouth”. development.

Yang Kyung-won’s terrifying acting skills, which realistically portrayed the opportunist Gong Ji-hoon, overwhelmed the audience. Each of his lines and scenes exuded the energy of his overwhelming skills, immersing audiences with an explosive acting passion that perfectly builds the character of Gong Ji-hoon. His cold-blooded snake eyes created an unparalleled atmosphere that seemed to freeze the air and leave an impression so strong that some even refer to him as “the birth of a new villain.”

In response to such favorable reviews, Yang Kyung-won said: “I think Gong Ji-hoon is more of a bad guy than a villain. There are many scenes where he was so sloppy that he can’t show off a straight face. That’s why I think viewers feel more sorry for him than they hate him. “ He said. Referring to the viewer’s impressive reaction, he said: “I met a person who welcomed me warmly in the street saying he is a fan of Big Mouth. Thank you for taking this opportunity to give me such good energy “ he said, making everyone smile.

Yang Kyung got a big mouth

When asked about the effort he made to create Gong Ji-hoon, Yang Kyung-won explained: “He is a coward who lives, covering his weaknesses with money and power” addition“I thought about what unfiltered words and deeds would come straight from the heart without being filtered through the brain of Gong Ji-hoon, who has both power and wealth.”

He also mentioned a face-to-face meeting with chairman Kang Sung-keun (Jeon Kook-hwan) as the best Gong Ji-hoon scene. “It was more impressive to see Gong Ji-hoon in front of someone stronger than him than his attitude towards those who are weak.” he said, adding, “He is a strong and weak person, so his attitude towards Chairman Kang Sung-geun is completely different. Personally, I liked such inconsistent scenes where he is opportunist but sometimes treats others with compassion ” he explained. At the end he said to the audience of “Big Mouth”, “I’m really grateful to everyone who was on Big Mouth to the end. Always be healthy and I’ll come back with another job and a new look. “

Yang Kyung-won showed the heavy aura and presence perfectly without filtering through “Big Mouth”. His role this time raised expectations for his future moves to see him show a new face not seen in any of his previous works.

Source: Daum

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