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Song Kang, Cha Eunwoo, Rowoon Create “Visual Party” in new K-dramas

A “visual party” featuring Song Kang, Cha Eunwoo, and Rowoon can be witnessed in currently airing K-dramas

In recent weeks, male actors in their 20s have been creating a “visual party” via currently airing K-dramas. In particular, Rowoon appears on TV on Monday and Tuesday, Cha Eunwoo on Wednesday, and Song Kang on Friday and Saturday, each captivating the audiences with their visuals that can outshine CGI.

These actors’ extraordinary visuals, including their flower-boy looks, tall stature, and impeccable physique, add an extra layer of excitement to the romance genre, which is already favored by female viewers.

Rowoon – The Matchmakers

In the KBS2 Monday-Tuesday drama “The Matchmakers”, Rowoon takes on the role of Shim Jung-woo, a character who initially resembles a self-centered child due to being cut off from the world, but gradually grows and learns, making him a clumsy but pure character.


Rowoon’s upgraded acting skills capture fleeting moments of excitement, and despite the drama’s ratings hovering in the 4% range, “The Matchmakers” is gaining popularity through word of mouth among dedicated viewers.

Cha Eunwoo – A Good Day to Be a Dog

On MBC’s Wednesday drama “A Good Day to Be a Dog,” Cha Eunwoo continues the “visual party” by playing Jin Seo-won, a man who is afraid of dogs. The unrealistic fantasy setting, combined with Cha Eunwoo’s comic-like visuals, has been well-received.

Cha Eun Woo

Cha Eunwoo’s striking visuals have led to consecutive appearances in K-dramas based on webtoons, including “True Beauty” and “A Good Day to Be a Dog.” His “perfect appearance” allows “A Good Day to Be a Dog” to withstand its challenging time slot.

Song Kang – My Demon

In the SBS Friday-Saturday drama “My Demon,” Song Kang wraps up the week by portraying Jung Gu-won, a “devilish” and “flawless” character. Recognized as a “handsome actor” in every role he plays, Song Kang’s visuals are consistently at a top-tier level.

Song Kang

Even the setting of an ability-stripped demon seems powerless in the face of Song Kang’s visuals. His efforts, including a strict diet for the perfect character portrayal, have created a fatal character.

Source: Daum

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