‘Welcome to Samdali’ Kang Gil-woo, a pack bomber… Yang Kyung-won and Tiki Taka


[OSEN=Reporter Jang Woo-young] Kang Gil-woo showed off his strong presence in ‘Welcome to Samdali’ and brought joy to viewers.

JTBC’s Saturday-Sunday drama ‘Welcome to Samdali’ (written by Kwon Hye-joo, directed by Cha Young-hoon, produced by MI and SLL) is about ‘Samdal’ (Shin Hye-seon), a dragon born in a stream at the foot of Hallasan Mountain, and ‘Yongpil’ who carefully protects the stream after he lost everything and fell. (Ji Chang-wook) returns to his hometown, takes a breather, and finds love as a pure romance, with only two episodes left until the end.

Kang Gil-woo played the role of Go Cheol-jong, the right-hand man and secretary who is always with AS Group CEO Jeon Dae-young (Yang Kyung-won). In each of his appearances, he acts as a ‘pack bomber’ who is upright and serious but subtly hits people’s bones with words, adding to the flavor of the play. The fantastic tiki-taka that he showed at the right time and place with Jeon Dae-young provided a lot of fun, and as the episode continued, it was chosen as a ‘point of laughter’ by viewers, doubling the liveliness of the play.

In addition, Go Cheol-jong showed the side of a capable secretary with his soft charisma, taking care of the shy Jeon Dae-young like a loving mother, and gently criticizing outrageous behavior. Kang Gil-woo’s perfect character interpretation, who portrayed Go Cheol-jong, gave viewers a high-density impact.

In response, Kang Gil-woo said, “I am grateful for the time I spent with ‘Welcome to Samdali.’ “I was happy throughout the entire process as I met good stories and good relationships,” he said. “I would like to say thank you to all the staff and actors who endured the heat and cold for a long time. “Thank you for creating a wonderful work,” he said in his final thoughts.

Kang Gil-woo, who has been powerfully hitting the independent film screen with his stable acting skills and detailed character building skills in films such as ‘A Really Far Place’, ‘Maybe We Broke Up’, and ‘Secret Hill’. Since then, he has expanded his scope to include the dramas ‘Ransom’, ‘The Youngest Son of a Chaebol Family’, ‘The Glory’, ‘Ghost’, ‘Lovers’, and ‘Strong Woman Gang Nam-soon’, and has left a strong presence in the public through his close acting through numerous works. there is.

Meanwhile, ‘Welcome to Samdali’ starring Kang Gil-woo is broadcast every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 pm on JTBC. /elnino8919@osen.co.kr

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