For his upcoming part in “The Impossible Heir” on Disney+, Lee Jae Wook will undergo a dramatic physical change! Three protagonists in “The Impossible Heir” will plot their rise to power by vying for control of Korea’s biggest conglomerate.
Hong Su Zu will play Na Hye Won, Lee Jun Young will play Kang In Ha—a figure with good and bad sides—and Lee Jae Wook will play the dignified yet cold-blooded Han Tae Oh. Han Tae Oh, played by Lee Jae Wook, is a character known for his great intelligence and icy logic.
Han Tae Oh, who was born into a violent family, flees from his troubled existence and seeks solace in the company of Kang In Ha, the illegitimate son of the biggest corporation in Korea, the Kang Oh Group. The two men plan to unseat the king of the Kang Oh Group. Han Tae Oh, who is very ambitious, plays poker and takes the lead strategically. Have you seen the poster of The Impossible Heir?
The actor Lee Jae Wook described his character as “a persistent character who has to chase a problem to the end and solve it once he decides on a goal” when asked about his function. He keeps his cool when faced with challenges, as befits a character adept at keeping a poker face.
In order to fully display inner feelings, I made a lot of adjustments to my acting technique to disguise the emotive sections, the actor said. My hope is that ‘The Impossible Heir’ will provide an audience with a glimpse of my comprehensive, composed, and tenacious personality.
Adding to this, director Min Yeon Hong said, “I was struck by Lee Jae Wook’s ability to bring nuance and diversity to his roles throughout his career. Concurrently, I enjoy him for what he is: an actor who makes the most of his charisma.
I think the audience will be able to relate to and appreciate Lee Jae Wook’s charisma if he portrays Han Tae Oh, who keeps a poker face and is usually serious. The premiere of “The Impossible Heir” is scheduled for February 28. Take a look at this teaser in the meantime!
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