"To the Beautiful You" Cast Captures The Hearst Of Female Viewers
By Staff Writer | August 16, 2012 03:35 AM EDT
"To the Beautiful You" has captured audiences' attention.
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Sully, like a former child actress, carried out her role with a stable and steady determination. With short hair and a boy's uniform, Sully managed to remain cute and somewhat feminine and began to portray the prettiest cross-dressing character so far.
Minho, who is facing his first acting challenge, lasted the whole episode without much difficulty. With dashing good looks, he was able to capture the female audience, portraying the brash bad boy Kang Tae Jun, who is a prodigy high jumper.
Next to Sully and Minho were Hyunwoo, ZE:A Kwang Hee and Kang Ha Neul, who were also very good supporting actors. Hyunwoo, who plays the role of a soccer player, also reached out to the female audiences with his warm heart and cute manners. Kang Hyun Woo, for whom the drama is a first on television since being famous for his musical performances, seemed like he had the potential to be a star, with stable acting and a great appearance. Kwang Hee's portrayal was just as realistic, making the audience wonder if he was really indeed acting anything at all.
"To the Beautiful You" started its first episode with ratings of 7.3%.
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