[ARTICLE] Kim Young Kwang Shares Thoughts on Working with 2NE1′s Sandara Park in ′Doctor Ian′

In the new webdrama Doctor Ian, Kim Young Kwang has found his true self.

Through the Korea-China produced webdrama Doctor Ian, Kim Young Kwang played the character, Mo Ian, a psychiatrist and hypnotic therapist, who carries his own pain. Succeeding in yet another acting transformation, Kim Young Kwan finally came to terms with himself, beginning a new relationship with Sandara Park (So Dam) in the drama.

Kim Young Kwang Sandara Park Dr. Ian

Portraying Ian′s tranformation in a delicate and relaxed way, Kim Young Kwang received much praise for his latest acting role. Viwers said that his transformation from his previous drama character to Ian was very natural and he was able to pull them inside this new drama.

With his stable performance, Doctor Ian also received passionate response. As the nine episodes were broadcasted, attention was poured from in and outside of Korea. Doctor Ian was also aired through Youku at the same time, receiving attention from China. The drama will be broadcasting in Thailand and Taiwan as well.

On the project, Kim Young Kwang stated, “It was my first time acting with Sandara Park, but we got along well and I was comfortable enough to have fun while acting. Although the duration of the filming was short, I got very close with all the staff and actors who struggled during the cold weather. I think this project will remain in my memory for a long time.”

Doctor Ian is about a man and a woman, who were dedicated to love but were left behind by their lovers without a proper farewell. The drama focused on the two people′s pain and their healing process.

Credits: MNET
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