Kim Young Dae’s “Sh**ting Stars” stills have been released!
“Sh**ting Stars” is a new romantic comedy about the people who work behind the scenes in the entertainment industry cleaning up the stars’ messes. The drama depicts the realistic story of people who stand behind celebrities and shed blood, sweat, and tears to make them shine brightly like stars in the sky. Lee Sung Kyung plays Oh Han Byul, the head of the public relations team at an entertainment agency, and Kim Young Dae plays flawless top star Gong Tae Sung.
Gong Tae Sung is a well-known actor who contributes the most to Star Force Entertainment’s profits. Since his debut, he has reigned as a top star for over ten years, with a positive reputation as a young man with a straight and narrow life. Only his closest associates are aware of the truth. With his unpredictable actions, he frequently puts his agency’s staff members in danger, and he has a particularly fractious relationship with Oh Han Byul, who is in charge of his public image.
The new photos show him transitioning from “celebrity Gong Tae Sung,” who makes fans’ hearts skip a beat, to “natural Gong Tae Sung,” who drives his agency insane.
First and foremost, Gong Tae Sung attracts attention with his fatal charisma, and he exudes the vibes of a well-known celebrity. Furthermore, he has a self-assured demeanor that makes him appear even more unapproachable. The final image, however, shows Gong Tae Sung wandering around Star Force Entertainment in casual attire. This time, he appears to be a regular guy rather than a celebrity. His eyes twinkle with mischievousness, as if he’s about to cause mischief. Fans are anticipating Kim Young Dae’s performance because he distinguishes between the actor Gong Tae Sung and the real Gong Tae Sung.
Kim Young Dae discussed his efforts to portray his character. “I tried to show a top star with the unexpected side of an ordinary person,” he said. I tried my hardest to make it a great project, and I’d appreciate it if you enjoyed it. It’s going to be a fun drama. I’m hoping to show the audience a lot of happy moments.”