Jo Seung Woo is a beautiful beautiful man. I hope there is unanimous agreement on that point alone, but throw in his immense and wide-ranging talent from movies to theater and now to dramas, this man pretty much can do no wrong in my eyes. I first saw him in The Classic and loved him and he really made Tazza shine when the story was so flimsy it faltered on the small screen when Jang Hyuk tried it on for size. The day will come when I can go to Seoul to watch him perform on stage where he is a consistent presence due to his love for that medium. Last year he did Hedwig and the Angry Inch and I wouldn’t be surprised if he picks another stage project this year. He is on the cover and pages of the January 2014 issue of Scene Playbill magazine and I thought it a great treat for those of you who loved watching him steal the entire drama in God’s Gift: 14 Days. Scruffy Dong Chan masked his debonair appeal which is splashed all over the pages of this magazine. I would die if he ever played the Professor in My Fair Lady! *off to imagine* I wish God’s Gift wasn’t such a narratively wonky drama with so much plot inconsistency and people doing stupid things left and right. I don’t regret watching it to enjoy the magnificence that is Jo Seung Woo but I do mind not being able to rewatch lest I start throwing things at the screen anytime he’s not in a scene to temper the overwrought and half-baked plot. Oh wells, at least now more viewers know what a delicious underrated treat he is and hopefully he’ll drop by drama land soon in a better project that doesn’t kill him off in the last 5 minutes for no logical reason whatsoever.