CNBLUE Jung Yonghwa’s back muscle revealed on the still of The Three Musketeers
The still of Jung Yonghwa, who’s playing the role of a hot-blooded rookie warrior from Gangwon-do “Park Dalhyang” in the upcoming, highly-anticipated tvN’s first sunday drama “The Three Musketeers”, has been revealed. The picture showing his topknot and back muscles created buzz.
“Park Dalhyang” was born from a poor family who came to Hanyang (Seoul) to take military test. He’s a passionate warrior with simple and clear personality. He’s a warrior who has the propulsion, courage and strong conviction that were born with all virtue. He’s also reckless when it comes to love. Naively honest as a child, the moment he was in Hanyang he believed he was life long destined with a cute girl named Yoon Seo (played by Seo Hyun Jin). He’s such a romanticist to the extent that for years, he never missed out a single day to practice martial arts so he could get first rank in the test and finally meet the girl.
In addition, it’s arousing curiousity how Park Dalhyang was tangled up with the so-called Three Musketeers “Crown Prince So Hyun” (played by Lee Jin Wook), “Heo Seung Po” (played by Yang Dong Geun) and Ahn Min Seo (played by Jung Hae In) and reborn as a Joseon warrior, as well as the kind of hardships he would encounter when he found out that his first love, Yoon Seo, was to become the Crown Princess.
While Park Dalhyang‘s outstanding performance was showcased, he was seen putting on a cold expression at his firm determination while tying up his hair into a topknot. Furthermore, the revealed still showing his manly back-muscle makes it highly anticipated – how Park Dalhyang turned into a warrior and the reason he put such serious expression is raising curiosity.
About the atmosphere on set, CJ E&M’s PD Lee Young Wook who’s in charge of “The Three Musketeers” said, “he regularly exercises and plays basketball. He concerns a lot on exercising. Above all, there are so many scenes where he has to use his body a lot such as doing horseback riding and action scenes. He’s doing his duty learning it all. Especially when he said he wanted to do it by himself. He’s full of passion yet he’s not tired but working off his energy.” He added saying “Park Dalhyang is a character who has qualifications to become a warrior and a pure love as well as the charm that many female would like. Please look forward to it.”
Jung Yonghwa, Lee Jin Wook, Yang Dong Geun, Jung Hae In, Seo Hyun Jin, Yoo In Young, etc. will appear in Joseon romantic periodical drama “The Three Musketeers” (script by Song Jae Jung and directed by Kim Byung Soo), adapted from “The Three Musketeers” novel by French author Alexandre Dumas. Situated during Joseon era, it’s a great action romance periodical drama that’s expected to create the Joseon version of The Three Musketeers. It’s receiving much interest as it is the new project of the drama Nine’s production crew and it’s going to be aired per season. There’s going to be 36 episodes in 3 seasons, thus 12 episodes are going to be aired per season.
With the best storyteller Writer Song Jae Jung and Director Kim Byung Soo’s sensational screenplay, tvN’s Sunday drama “The Three Musketeers” is going to be a unique fusion historical drama. It’s going to be aired one episode per week, every Sunday at 9PM KST (GMT+9) starting August 17th, 2014.