Actor Son Suk Ku’s Impressive Duality Between “My Liberation Notes” And “The Roundup”
Actor Son Suk Ku (also known as Son Seok Koo) impressed fans with his emotional acting in the K-Drama My Liberation Notes. Although the K-Drama was not immediately successful, viewers ended up relating to the characters and enjoyed watching the journey of the three siblings and a perfect stranger.
In My Liberation Notes, actor Son Suk Ku plays Mr. Gu, a stranger who encounters three siblings, Yeom Chang Hee (played by Lee Min Ki), Yeom Mi Jeong (played by Kim Ji Won), and Yeom Gi Jeong (played by Lee El).
Life takes a toll on three siblings who long to be freed from their mundane routines. But when a mysterious drunkard moves to their quiet village, their dreams of excitement and fulfillment no longer seem so far away.
— The Swoon
Fans couldn’t help but fall for the chemistry between Son Suk Ku and Kim Ji Won’s characters and ultimately rooted for all the characters in the K-Drama to find their own versions of happiness.
And while My Liberation Notes gave Son Suk Ku the ability to show off his incredible acting skills, fans of the actor are impressed by his immense duality in the recent Korean film, The Roundup.
The film is a sequel to The Outlaws, released in 2017, and follows police officer Ma Suk Do (played by Ma Dong Seok) and his team. In the story, the team is dispatched to Vietnam for a covert operation to apprehend a psychotic kidnapper and murderer, Kang Hae Sang (played by Son Suk Ku), who preys on rich Korean travelers.
Unlike My Liberation Notes, where Son Suk Ku’s character was relatable and lovable…
The Roundup truly highlights Son Suk Ku’s incredible acting ability as he successfully plays such a terrifying villain.
Fans can definitely look forward to what other roles Son Suk Ku may take on in the future to further demonstrate his acting prowess.