Lee Min Ki Wins Praise for Layered Performance in “My Liberation Notes”

Starring Son Suk Ku, Kim Ji Won, Lee El, and Lee Min Ki, JTBC melodrama My Liberation Notes wrapped up strongly by breaking its own record with average nationwide ratings record of 6.7 percent. Since its premiere, the series has garnered significant attention on its detailed and realistic storytelling revolving around three siblings who struggle to find everyday happiness and meaning in their mundane lives. The cast was also recognized for their natural acting and family-like chemistry.

In particular, Min Ki was praised for essentially embodying his character In South Korean forum The Qoo, one commenter noted that “Min Ki is really playing Yeom Chang Hee as himself. He is not simply providing comedic relief, but his entire presence and unique struggles shone immensely.”

Fans immediately left comments in approval, such as “Min Ki’s acting skills have greatly improved;” “He mastered the character and truly created it by himself;” “Min Ki shouldn’t play chaebol or manager roles anymore; he suits portraying these silly and goofy characters.”

In the industry for 18 years, Min Ki has showcased his versatile acting across both films and dramas. Not long after his debut, he won Best New Actor at the 2005 MBC’s Drama Awards. He also solidified himself as a movie star after gaining recognition for his engaging portrayals in high grossing films including Tidal Wave (2009), Quick (2011), Spellbound (2011), and Very Ordinary Couple (2013).

Source: ET Today

This article is written by Minna for JayneStars.com.

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