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The cast of Dr.Jin never let go of their scripts: “No wonder they are all so good at portraying their characters”

Lately, MBC’s TV series Dr.Jin has been receiving positive feedback from viewers one day after another thanks to the series’ great storyline and spectacular scenes. The leading actors in the series show particular affection to the script.

On June 12, some behind-the-scenes cuts were revealed.

You can spot actors enthusiastically working on their characters as they are completely absorbed in working on their acting, never putting the script down.

Because none of the cast has gotten caught up in a controversy over the lack of acting skills, Dr.Jin has become very popular. Certainly, the cast, who are affectionate toward the characters they play, have brought high quality to the series with their love for the script.

Actor Song Seung Hun is gradually building his reputation through his role of a genius doctor of the 21st century who time-travels back to the Joseon Dynasty. Park Min Young plays a double role that goes back and forth in the timeline. Although it is his first time acting in a historical drama, Kim Jae Joong shows great acting skills. The actors grab viewers’ attention at once because they are all so absorbed in their roles.

In addition to the cast mentioned above, Lee Bum Soo, who is dubbed “the god of acting,” plays Lee Ha Eung, “the leader of Joseon.” A video clip of him acting without background music has already impressed numerous netizens, and soon he gained the nickname “acting genius.”

A staff member of the production crew says, “On the shooting set, you can easily spot actors who are constantly studying their characters, holding a script in their hand. Before and during the shooting, they communicate, study, and give their best to the director.”

With increasing viewer ratings, thanks to the enthusiastic cast, MBC’s Dr.Jin broadcasts every Saturday and Sunday at 9:50 p.m.

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