More stills from upcoming SBS drama ?Faith? featuring Lee Minho released
Actor Lee Minho’s transformation into a warrior of the Goryeo dynasty has been revealed. Playing the role of Choi Young, he plans to exhibit his three-dimensional acting in this upcoming time traveling drama.
On July 12th, pictures showing the actor clad in armor and boasting the traditional long hair of historical dramas were released and attracted much attention. He is seen as the captain of the troops with eyes focused, deep in his character. With sword in hand, Lee Minho’s fierce, eye-catching determination is enough to emit an aura that fans adored in his previous dramas such as “City Hunter” and “Boys Over Flowers.”
A staff member provided further description of the hard working star, saying, “Even during the short break times, Lee Minho is completely in his character Choi Young. He constantly pores over the script, demonstrating his professional, high-level acting. We’ve seen his spectacular shows in the past and we expect to see more from him in the future.”
As is the trend among popular dramas, time travel is a theme in “Faith” as viewers will follow Choi Young’s attempts to bring plastic surgeon Yoo Eunsoo (portrayed by Kim Heesun) back in time to help the king.
Be ready to watch this thrilling love story filled with fantasy, action, and melodrama on August 13th!
Check out previous teasers here!
New stills released:
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