Handsome Actor Ryu Deok-hwan
Ryu Deok-hwan is a South Korean actor, director, and singer. The actor was born on June 12th, 1987, in Anyang, Gyeonggi Province of South Korea. His mother is the musical producer Jung Ok-young. He was a child actor who started his career in the entertainment industry when he was six years old. He has appeared in several TV dramas, both as a leading actor and as a cameo. He has played a role in the popular drama Lifetime in the Country which he played at the age of eight.
The actor’s name began to skyrocket when he played the leading role in Like a Virgin. Since then, he earned critical praise and industry recognition. He seriously captured the attention of the audiences when he played his most iconic role as Dr Han Jin-woo, a genius but entertaining and multi-dimensional eccentric neurosurgeon and forensic doctor in God’s Quiz.
In this article, Channel-Korea will give you a rundown of everything about Ryu Deok-hwan’s performance in the drama Miss Hammurabi, so stay tuned!
Ryu Deok-hwan as Jung Bo-wang in Miss Hammurabi
Miss Hammurabi is a drama from South Korea which aired from May 21st to July 16th, 2018. The drama is written by Moon Yoo-seok, the chief judge of Seoul Eastern District Court, and Go Ara, Kim Myung-soo, and Sung Dung-il play the main characters.
Miss Hammurabi centers around the story of three judges with entirely different personalities. Park Cha Oh Reum (Go Ara) is the passionate and idealistic judge, Im Ba Reun (Kim Myung-soo) is the play by the book or strictly according to the rules judge, and Han Sae Sang (Sung Dong-il) the most realistic head judge. The cases presented in the drama focus not on major criminal cases but the smaller legal cases that are most relatable to viewers.
In this drama, actor Ryu Deok-hwan played the role of Jung Bo-wang. He is known as the information king of the judge community because of his many friends and connections. He has been friends with Im Ba-reun, the main character played by actor Kim Myung-soo, since middle school and the two attended the same university. The two make up for each other’s shortcomings.
Chemistry with Lee Elijah
Ryu Deok-hwan and Lee Elijah engage in a romantic relationship in Miss Hammurabi. As Jung Bo-wang, Ryu Deok-hwan has friendly behavior and a very keen sense. But he gets curious about Kim Do-yeon who is played by Lee Elijah.
Lee Elijah played the role of Kim Do-yeon, a cold judge who keeps her private life a mystery and she is known for being as talented and as flawless as a robot. She is a cool beauty who does not fear anyone with higher position and she can focus on her work under any circumstances. Kim Do-yeon seems to be the only one that Bo-wang cannot figure out which makes him really curious about her. He occasionally goes to department 44 to check out Do-yeon.
Morning Musical Scene
In this drama, we cannot forget the epic scene of Ryu Deok-hwan where he acts and dances like in the La La Land Movie. He was very funny and this scene really made the audience laugh.
In one episode of Miss Hammurabi, Jung Bo-wang seems to underestimate women. He said he does not fall head over heels when he looks at an attractive woman because his reasoning controls him. He added that he does not understand men controlled by their animalistic instincts.
To respond to his statement, Lee Elijah tries to tempt him and disprove his words.
On their first date, Bo-wang does everything to get to Do Yeon, but he gets hit by a car while running. However, he then makes a stupid comment when he gets there and she slaps him and walks out with teary eyes.
Other Funny Moments
Jung Bo-hwang always tries to do various things to attract the attention of Kim Do-yeon. He is really cute when he tries to fascinate and captivate her heart.
First Project after Enlisting in the Military
Miss Hammurabi is Ryu Deok-hwan’s first drama role after being discharged from his mandatory military service. He is thankful that he is able to meet the viewers after a long time, and he is even happier that he is able to do so with such a great drama. He really wants the viewers to be able to laugh, cry, and empathize with their stories.