SHINEe Onew, To Star As A Comedian In One Episode Of 'Royal Villa'
By Staff Writer | July 06, 2013 11:45 AM EDT
Great news for SHINee Onew fans he recently makes a comedic image transformation in his upcoming participation on JTBC sitcom/sketch comedy, "Sit-cong Royal Villa." Through the show, Onew reveals his real talent in making fans laugh.
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"Sit-cong Royal Villa" is mixed with the structure of both a sitcom and also a sketch comedy. The concept makes it pretty entertaining to the audiences in South Korea. One of the popular must see types of sketch comedy is called "cong teu," thus making the title of the sitcom "sit-cong" where "cong" derives from the sketch comedy origin.
Onew stars in one episode of the sketch comedy entitled "A Ghost Lives Here" alongside Lee Byung Jin and Oh Cho Hee. Onew plays a "baek su" or in other terms a chronically unemployed person. For the role, he dons signature outfit for the baek su in South Korea, which is a blue jogging suit.
A baek su can sometimes look boring and bleak, but Onew pulls off a great character out of it and continues to shine, judging from the stills released from the show. Netizens who saw Onew's photos commented "The jogging suit looks better when Onew wears it," "I'm looking forward to Onew playing a baek su," and "If SHINee all come out as a gang of baek su, that will be funny!"
"Sit-cong Royal Villa" will start airing on July 15. so definitely a show to watch for.
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