N.Flying’s Lee Seung Hyub is stealing hearts with his role in tvN’s “Sh**ting Stars”!
“Sh**ting Stars” is a romantic comedy about the people who work behind the scenes in the entertainment industry cleaning up the messes created by the stars. The drama depicts the realistic story of people who stand behind the celebrities and shed blood, sweat, and tears to make them shine like stars in the sky.
Lee Seung Hyub stars in the drama as Kang Si Deok, a restaurant owner who is scouted and begins a new life as the actor Kang Yoo Sung with the help of his manager. Below are three ways he has been captivating viewers through his role!
1. His polite demeanor
Along with his endearing satoori (regional dialect), one of Kang Si Deok’s greatest charms is his polite and modest attitude. When he was scouted by his soon-to-be manager, Kang Si Deok displayed his modesty as he told her that she could find plenty more people just like him just by stepping outside. In addition, he also gained favor with the PR team staff and elders on the street for his bright greetings and considerate attitude. Lee Seung Hyub further enhanced his character’s charm by using satoori and mixing it with his kind eyes.
2. His dedication to his dream
When Kang Si Deok decided to become an actor, his fervor and hard-working attitude were quickly noticed. While preparing for his debut, he practiced his script endlessly in order to get each scene perfect. Lee Seung Hyub transformed flawlessly into a character who exhibits limitless progress and passion, earning him plenty of praise and support.
3. A face you can’t take your eyes off of
Kang Si Deok won everyone over at first sight, from the restaurant customers to his manager. In addition, the scene where he took off his shirt while thinking he was in his own house also showed he had a body to match his face, and one most fitting for a star. Lee Seung Hyub proved that he not only perfectly embodied the personality of his role, but his physical appearance as well.
To see more of Lee Seung Hyub, tune in to “Sh**ting Stars,” which airs every Friday and Saturday at 10:40 p.m. KST.
Check out the drama with subtitles below!