I’ve got all sorts of feels when it comes to Lee Do Hyun and his upcoming KBS drama Youth of May. He’s finally the solo male lead and I can’t wait to see what he brings to the role. But with the recent netizen attacks on any drama that it perceives to deviate from history or take fictional liberties in ways that demean South Korean culture or historical figures, Youth of May has a target on its back because it’s set in the 1980’s dealing with the student democracy movement, though the target not as big as the one on jTBC drama Snowdrop. I also find it cute that Lee Do Hyun keeps traveling through time, he was a Goryeo general in Hotel Del Luna and then in modern times we went from the 1990’s in 17 Again to present day 2020 and for his cameo in Beyond Evil he’s once again back to the 1990’s. He definitely fits in seamlessly in any period role I’ve seen so far and I’m hoping this drama doesn’t offend the K-netizens and can air without a hitch.