Actor Choi Ri plays the role of Iruda, a single mother in the drama'Postpartum Care Center'. [사진 tvN]

Actor Choi Ri plays the role of Iruda, a single mother in the drama’Postpartum Care Center’. [사진 tvN]

“My name is Iruda. Knowing.”
The reason why the line that is not different is special is because this is a postpartum care center. No one wonders what my name is, how old I am, what my job is, and only asks about the child’s name and gender, birth experience, and hospital origin. People like’Love Mother’ (Haseon Park), whose motherhood has been proven as a twin 24-month direct breast-feeding mother (complete breastfeeding), are admired by riding in the first class car, but if you do not have information or if you are a working mom A place to suffer from. tvN’s Monday-Tuesday drama’Postpartum Care Center’ unleashes the strange world that no one could openly talk about. The world moving in a completely different order from the outside world is embarrassing to the mothers who set their first steps in the postpartum care center.

[민경원의 심스틸러]
Choi Ri as a single mother who only throws correct words
Presence among seniors such as Umji Won and Hasun Park
Korean Dance Major, his debut work’Homecoming’
A new generation expected with a face where good and evil coexist

Iruda (Choi Ri), who appears as a 25-year-old single mother in the drama, is the only person who rejects the order. Instead of the title of’Yomi’s mother’, she asks for her name to be called’Iruda’, and by demonstrating her occupational disease as the CEO of an underwear shopping mall, she corrects the wrong bra size of mothers. Oh Hyun-jin (Um Ji-won), the youngest managing director of a conglomerate, who looked up at the Women Entrepreneur Forum held in the outside world, is also confined to the qualifiers surrounding him, such as “the oldest mother” and “the mother of the hell,” and calmly does things he could not do. After giving birth, the center of all decision-making is the result of maintaining a firm identity instead of shifting to the child. Thanks to this, actor Choi Ri (25), who played the role of Iruda, also shows a sense of presence without being pushed out of the ranks among the prominent seniors.

It shows a styling that stands out among mothers wearing the same cooking uniform. [사진 tvN]

It shows a styling that stands out among mothers wearing the same cooking uniform. [사진 tvN]

Oh Hyun-jin (Um Ji-won) is often persuaded by the words of the youngest mother, Iruda. [사진 tvN]

Oh Hyun-jin (Um Ji-won) is often persuaded by the words of the youngest mother, Iruda. [사진 tvN]

The questions he asks also cause ripples. At postpartum care centers where breastfeeding is recommended, all day schedules revolve around’milk’. Eating three meals of seaweed soup, receiving a chest massage, exercising and taking a nap are all for breastfeeding and breastfeeding. However, Iruda declared’wanbun’ (completely milk powder) from the beginning and said that the seaweed soup is fresh, and it is not enough to add ramen soup. The logic is, “Will the stressed mother’s breast milk be better for her child?” In the eyes of the director of the postpartum care center (Jang Hye-jin), the mother of her boyfriend and a blind believer in breast milk. In front of a natural enemy they met after 20 years of life as a director, the two show off the same chemistry as Tom and Jerry.

However, Choi-ri manages it lovingly and daringly, and succeeds in asking “normal and unusual standards.” It reminds me of the fact that it was not taken for granted that it was not taken for granted that it is not something that “only women should try,” but that men should try together, not that “mothers are originally like that”. It is not common for him to believe that having children does not change his or her life. He may look like Alice in Wonderland now, but will there be more options in the future? Just as no one is the same in this world, there will be thousands and tens of thousands of ways to raise children.

The appearance of performing a sessigim-gut in the movie'Homecoming. [사진 와우픽쳐스]

The appearance of performing a sessigim-gut in the movie’Homecoming. [사진 와우픽쳐스]

Ji Eun-tak (Kim Go-eun) takes the role of cousin in the drama'Goblin'. [사진 tvN]

Ji Eun-tak (Kim Go-eun) takes the role of cousin in the drama’Goblin’. [사진 tvN]

It is also the result of Choi-ri’s rebellion against the natural choice that she walked on as an actor. After majoring in Korean dance at the National High School of Traditional Arts, he dreamed of going to university and becoming a professor, but when he met director Jo Jung-rae and joined the movie’Homecoming’ (2016), he turned to acting. I refused once because of preparation for the entrance exam, but even after entering the Department of Korean Dance at Chung-Ang University, the afterimage of the film remained. Eun-kyung’s appearance of returning home for girls dying in other hometowns left a deep lingering lingering feeling that she did not feel that it was her debut work. Instead of learning acting formally, she visited the House of Sharing to chat with the grandmothers, and while the production was delayed, she worked harder on her body and mind, and her heart was hardened.

It is also a strength to respond flexibly without prejudice to the role or quantity. After his debut in the movie as the lead role, he left a strong impression by playing the cousin of Ji Eun-tak (Kim Go-eun) in the drama “Goblin” (2016-2017), and Jin-Tae (Park Jung-min) suffering from Servant Syndrome in the movie “It’s Only My World” (2018). ) As an aspiring idol singer who treats them without prejudice. Of course, as we escaped the need to do what we should do, the width of our luck became much wider. If we maintain the same pace now, we will be able to establish ourselves as an all-around beauty performing both acting and main business, like Lee Ha-nii majoring in Gayageum and Yeri Han majoring in Korean dance. Director Jo Jung-rae’s statement that he was cast because of “a face where good and evil coexist” and “looks that seem to have a story” will be an advantage that can be used forever.

Reporter Min Kyung-won [email protected]


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