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Becoming The Penthouse’s Drakor Antagonist, Jin Ji Hee Turns His Brain So Bae Ro Na Kian Nelangsa

Jin Ji Hee's Antagonist Role in The Penthouse

Jin Ji Hee’s Antagonist Role in The Penthouse – In the last two months, Korean drama fans have been tested for patience through The Penthouse. It’s not that this drama isn’t good, it’s the intrigue and twist in it that has succeeded in making viewers think of every broadcast of the latest episodes.

Not to mention the behavior of the antagonistic characters in this drama. One of them is the character Yoo Je Ni, played by actress Jin Ji Hee. Yoo Je Ni is told as the daughter of Kang Ma Ri (Shin Eun Kyung) and Yoo Dong Pil (Heo Sung Tae) who are arrogant and often bully.

Jin Ji Hee recently underwent an interview regarding this character he played. “I try not to lose focus on my character, even though there is a plot twist in the drama,” said the Korean actress as reported by Soompi, Thursday (7/1/2021).

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Jin Ji Hee's Antagonist Role in The Penthouse

He then shared what was on his mind when playing the character Je Ni.

“While playing Je Ni, I thought, ‘How can I torture Bae Ro Na to make Ro Na look even more miserable?’ ‘How do I bring this scene to life?’ “He said.

The 21-year-old actress added, “Even when my mother was arrested in the second half, I wanted to show that my character had not changed at all.”

Feel guilty

Jin Ji Hee's Antagonist Role in The Penthouse

As an antagonist, Jin Ji Hee often gets scenes that show evil behavior. His mind was not calm

“Things like this are difficult emotionally. You have to have evil thoughts. Even though it’s just acting, I feel like I’m hurting other people, so I feel uncomfortable. It’s not hard physically, but tough mentally. and emotional, “said the 100 Days My Prince actress.

Rating 19+

Jin Ji Hee's Antagonist Role in The Penthouse

When asked about several episodes of The Penthouse which were rated 19 years and over, Jin Ji Hee admitted that initially, he did not know about this.

“I didn’t know it would be like that. When I first received the script, the rating was 15+. But when the story progressed, it changed to 19+. I think this is for the quality of the drama,” he said.

Season Two and Three

The inaugural season of The Penthouse itself just ended on January 5. SBS has reported that the second and third seasons of the drama will be prepared, each with a length of 12 episodes.

The second season will air in February 2020, it’s just that the date has not been determined.