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Seo In Guk Unleashes His Charisma for ′The Sun of the Lord′

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2013.07.09 17:00 Mwave Son Bo Kyung Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Seo In Guk will be acting as a heavy and charismatic man after losing a lot of weight.

The singer will be appearing in the SBS drama The Sun of the Lord as Kang Woo, a man who starts working at a security company after feeling he wants to protect others.

His new role will be a masculine guy, completely different from the kind and cute roles he put on for tvN′s Reply 1997 and MBC′s Rascal Sons.

Seo In Guk Unleashes His Charisma for ′The Sun of the Lord′

Kang Woo has good looks and a gentle voice, but inside he is full of a heavy charisma. He will be taking care of a secret mission while hovering around So Ji Sub and Kong Hyo Jin.

Seo In Guk acted as Kang Woo with his deep eyes at a shoot for the drama held on June 16. This day, he looked over a room he was to live in, located in a building for which Tae Gong Sil (Kong Hyo Jin) acts as the custodian.

He dressed in all-black for the scene, showing off his new, slimmer body. The singer had lost weight through endless weight training exercises, and came to boast an all-new sharper jawline and more muscular body.

A rep from Seo In Guk′s agency Jellyfish Entertainment said, "Seo In Guk has been doing his best at trying to put on deep eyes and expressions. He especially molded the perfect manly body for his role through a diet and weight training after he was confirmed for the drama."

An official from the drama′s production company said, "Seo In Guk is talented in many ways. He has been finding a place for himself as an actor by being recognized for his skills across many pieces. You can look forward to seeing the charismatic security officer Kang Woo."

The Sun of the Lord is about a woman who can see ghosts and an arrogant man. It will air its first episode on July 31 in I Hear Your Voice′s time slot.

Photo credit: Born Factory

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