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Top 5 Actresses Who are Well Heard Due to Their Clear Diction

Diction is how clear one pronounces words and sentences. The field of work like lawyer, acting, reporting, and sales require a good diction, for they need to speak to do their jobs. It’s necessary for actors and actresses to pronounce words clearly, because what they deliver is mostly by words, though there are facial and bodily expressions that help. 

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There are 5 actresses in Korea who have amazingly clear and exact pronunciations. Due to their great ability, they take the roles of lawyer, judge, reporter or news anchor. Not only fans, but also the public are fond of their acting because it’s well delivered. 

So, here are top 5 actresses with great diction!

1st – Lee BoYoung

K-Drama, Korean Drama, Lee BoYoung Lee YuRi, Park JiWon, Kim SeulGi, Seo HyunJin

SBS

She is one of the best actresses in Korea. She mostly takes the role of woman working in the field of law or government because of her elegant looks and powerful voice. Her voice isn’t thick, but there is always a strong power that makes the opponent speechless. 

 

2nd – Kim SeulGi

K-Drama, Korean Drama, Lee BoYoung Lee YuRi, Park JiWon, Kim SeulGi, Seo HyunJin

MBC / Naver

She has a good diction, but her voice is the key reason why she is heard so clearly. Her unique voice which is high and sharp are well heard whatever role she is acting.

 

3rd –  Kim JiWon

K-Drama, Korean Drama, Lee BoYoung Lee YuRi, Park JiWon, Kim SeulGi, Seo HyunJin

SBS / KBS

Unlike Kim SeulGi, her voice is quite low. Her voice was such a good match with the last drama, “Descendent of the Sun” as a soldier. Of course, when she acted as an anchor on the current drama, ‘Fight For My Way” her diction stood out. 

 

4th – Lee YuRi

K-Drama, Korean Drama, Lee BoYoung Lee YuRi, Park JiWon, Kim SeulGi, Seo HyunJin

KBS

Her high pitch voice and her clear diction stand out whenever she throws lines which are so true and realistic. In the current drama, her role as a lawyer fits so well with her, depicting a successful working woman. 

 

5th – Seo HyunJin

K-Drama, Korean Drama, Lee BoYoung Lee YuRi, Park JiWon, Kim SeulGi, Seo HyunJin

tvN / SBS

Whatever role she acts out, she draws the viewers in by delivering the emotions so well and clear. Her lines are well heard though viewers did not pay close attention to it. 

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A Shift In Generation Of K-Drama By All-Grown-Up Child Actors

Korean actors and actress, who acted in the kid-roles several years ago, are starting to conquer Korean TV prime-time dramas. 

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To lots of K-Drama fans, child actor and actress are loved as much as adult ones. However, as they grow up, it is common that child actor and actress don’t successfully changeover into adult actors and actresses. Because they failed to change their image from childish ones or to maintain popularity. But, these days, all grown up child actor and actress take the rolls to fill the vacuum of 20’s actors and actress with their skilled acting ability.

Yoo SeungHo is one of the most successful ‘all grown up child actors’. He is only 24 , but got the main character roll of MBC drama “The Lord, Keeper Of The Crown”Also, Nam JiHyun, she is 22, acting in SBS “Dubious Partner”, Yeo JinGu, he is 20, of “Circle: Two Worlds Connected (2017)”,  Koh Ahsung, who is 25 years old, acting in KBS drama are ones who take the main character rolls even though they are only in twenty. Despite of the fact that they are early twenties, their acting careers are well into 10 years so it’s the golden time for them to grab a chance caused by lack of 20s actors and actress.  

 

yoo seunho, k drama, L, infinite, kdrama,

SAN Entertainment

 

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Korean Dramas with Plots of Two Characters Acting One Role

Heard of the word “doppelganger”? It means a person who looks exactly like you.

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It seems like a fashion for Korean dramas to have a plot of two characters acting one role, meaning, one character would be offered a life to live another character’s life.

What life would you choose to live when you were given such chance? Can you be sharing your life with somebody else?
Here is a list of dramas with plots as such.

1st – Ruler: Master of the Mask (2017)

Korean Drama, K-Drama, Ruler, Mask, School 2015, Secret Garden, Cinderella Man

MBC

MBC / Star: Yoo SeungHo, Kim SoHyun, Kim MyungSoo (L of Infinite), Yoon SoHee, and Heo JunkHo
The keyword here is “Mask”. The king (Yoo SeungHo) and the lowest class (L of Infinite) wears the same mask in the king’s place. Would there be a collision between them? When will their identity be revealed? Will there be a surprising twist of identity? Many questions are raised by the mysterious plot.

 

2nd- Cinderella Man (2016)

Korean Drama, K-Drama, Ruler, Mask, School 2015, Secret Garden, Cinderella Man

MBC

MBC / Star: Kwon SangWoo, YoonA, Song ChangUi, and Han EunJung
A drama about a guy working in small clothes shop getting to chance to live for a fashion company’s successor who looks exactly the same as him.

 

3rd – Secret Garden (2010)

Korean Drama, K-Drama, Ruler, Mask, School 2015, Secret Garden, Cinderella Man

SBS

SBS / Star: Ha JiWon, HyunBin, Yoon SangHyun, Kim SaRang, Lee PhilLip, and Lee JongSuk
Romance started by a magical change of soul between two main characters, a stunt woman and a rich successor.

 

4th – Who Are You – School 2015 (2015)

Korean Drama, K-Drama, Ruler, Mask, School 2015, Secret Garden, Cinderella Man

KBS2

KBS2 / Star: Kim SoHyun, Nam JooHyuk, Yook SeongJae, and Lee PhilMo
An eighteen years old girl’s life was completely changed and the happening in school by her changes.

 

5th – Mask (2015)

Korean Drama, K-Drama, Ruler, Mask, School 2015, Secret Garden, Cinderella Man

SBS

SBS / Star: SooAe, Joo JiHoon, Yeon JungHoon, and Yoo InYoung
A sales woman in a mall meets a woman all dressed up in luxury brands and looks exactly the same as her.

 

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