Lee Jungshin Roundup

CN Blue’s Lee Jung Shin has good manners

 

CN Blue’s Lee Jung Shin was recently spotted being considerate of his stylist.

In the picture of Lee recently released, Lee is lowering his body for his stylist, who is fixing his makeup and hairstyle.

He did a photo shoot on the day. According to reports, he showed off a chic, manly look throughout the shooting and impressed the crew.

Lee’s pictorial can be seen in the December issue of the fashion magazine Marie Claire.

Lee plays the role of Kang Sung Jae, a considerate, cute youngest son of a wealthy family, in KBS 2TV’s drama series My Daughter Seo Young.

CNBLUE’s Lee Jung Shin talks about his superb performance

CNBLUE’s Lee Jung Shin recently talked about his realistic performance.

Lee appeared in a scene, in which he waits for his turn to attend an audition to become an actor, on KBS’s weekend series My Daughter Seo Young. Lee, who plays the role of Kang Sung Jae, did a good job performing in the scene.

When his friend says that he should take some nervine to ease his mind, he says, “Just give me a mirror. I’m okay because I’m handsome.”

After the shooting, Lee said, “I check my hairstyle a lot before I attend auditions. I’ve attended several auditions before and it helped me to perform naturally on the series.”

On the last episode, Lee saw her mom feeling sad because of his dad. Lee visited his dad and burst out his anger but soon he regretted his behavior.

My Daughter Seo Young’ Lee Jung Shin Exceeds Expectations

Lee Jungshin has been performing beyond expectations.

In KBS‘s weekend drama “My Daughter Seo Young,” Lee Jung Shin is playing the quintessential mommy’s boy. He is one of the key characters who play a big part in the general love story as well as helping figure out the secrets behind the plot points and the characters’ histories.

On the Sunday episode, Sung Jae (Lee Jung Shin) gets incredibly angry with his father who was mistreating his mother. This was not an easy thing to do for Sung Jae who had always lived in the shadow of his older brother and older sister.

He is the other person in the Kang household that Lee Seo Young (Lee Bo Young) likes, second to her husband. He is one of the characters to have brought out her more emotional heart, underneath her steely exterior.

He is the character with the key to the twist. Not only does he have a secret behind his birth but also he has a potential new love interest. His acting ability is incredibly important in depicting these key changes that are about to come up in the script.

Many viewers worried because he’s an idol group member and they compared him to member Kang Min Hyuk, who was incredibly successful in “Unexpected You,” which came before “My Daughter Seo Young.” That’s why in the beginning, he faced much criticism but as the drama progressed, viewers are now holding out hope for his improvement.

CNBLUE’s Jung Shin supports Bo Young and Sang Yoon couple

CNBLUE’s Lee Jung Shin has become a great supporter for Lee Bo Young and Lee Sang Yoon couple on a TV series.

Lee, who plays the role of a high school boy named Kang Sung Jae in KBS’s weekend series My Daughter Seo Young, starts persuading Kim Hye Ok to become a couple.

Lee is attached to his private tutor Bo Young (plays the role of Seo Young), who always believes in him. He enters a university and decides to tell his feelings to her. But he finds out that his brother Sang Yoon (plays the role of Woo Jae) loves her.

As a result, Lee becomes a supporter for his brother. Since his mother doesn’t approve the couple, he acts cutesy to his mother and brings his favorite food to her. His cute performance melted the entire crew’s hearts.

Lee says, “Since I’m the youngest child in my family, I’m like a daughter to my mother, and that’s why I’m good at acting cutesy. Director praises me a lot these days and that encourages me too.”

Source TV Report eternalc2h dkrogers enkorea kpopstarz

Posted and Edited by blue plum blossoms

Photo Credit KBS FNC Ent

 

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