Actor Jeon Bae Soo’s Name Was Highlighted After Playing The Character Of Woo Kwang Ho, A Man Who Turned From A Promising Law Student To A Single Father And Became A Loving Father To His Genius And Autistic Daughter Woo Young Woo.
In which aired on ENA, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” has successfully attracted public attention and has become a hot topic of conversation lately. The name of veteran actor Jeon Bae Soo was also highlighted after playing the character of Woo Kwang Ho, a man who turned from a promising law student to a single father and became the loving father of his genius and autistic daughter Woo Young Woo ( Park Eun Bin ) in the drama. the.
Jeon Bae Soo’s acting skills leave a strong impression on viewers in the scene where he goes to see Han Seon Young ( Baek Ji Won ) after learning that he hired Young Woo to work at the law firm Hanbada with the aim of defeating Tae Su Mi ( Jin Kyung ), or when Tae Su Mi suddenly came looking for him and exploded the anger he had been holding back for a long time.
In addition, Jeon Bae Soo’s acting is also considered to shine in the scene where he sits alone after talking to Young Woo, who finds out the truth about his mother leaving him. Jeon Bae Soo adds depth to the drama by calmly portraying the loneliness and complex emotions he feels while raising a special child like Young Woo alone through his expressive eyes and facial expressions.
Even when Jeon Bae Soo managed to do an excellent job showing the fun and heartwarming father-daughter dynamic with Young Woo. Jeon Bae Soo said, “I am very happy to be a part of such a good project. Thank you to the director, writer, staff, and actors who worked hard together. I am very grateful to the viewers who gave us a lot of love.
Meanwhile Jeon Bae Soo made his debut as an actor in a film in 2004, taking on minor roles. Her name became known in 2016 with roles in the TV series “The K2” and “Becky’s Back”. After that in 2017 Jeon Bae Soo appeared in both seasons of “Stranger, Fight for My Way”, “Witch at Court Mad Dog” and “Revolutionary Love” and played a role in the historical romantic comedy “Mr. Queen” in 2020.