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Kim Jaejoong Passes the Test in Acting
Kim Jaejoong’s challenge onto the domestic drama scene received received responses more positive than expected. This is because Kim Jaejoong had already become recognized to a degree as for his potential to improve in his acting by having appeared in the Japanese drama Sunao ni Narenakute. This prediction was spot on to a degree. The prejudice against idol acting did not grab Kim Jaejoong’s ankles (and sink him). On the contrary, Cha Muwon of Protect the Boss was expressed through Kim Jaejoong to be a clean, uncontrived character.
Director Lee Sangbaek of A-Story, the production company of Protect the Boss, explained about Kim Jaejoong: “He has the looks that can capture women, and he has a high name-recognition value in Asia. But even before (considering) those factors, we looked at Kim Jaejoong’s Japanese drama and evaluated his acting. He analyzed that he without fail would have potential, and so we cast him.”
[Only part on Jaejoong translated]