I was lucky enough to be able to make a cameo in one of my favorite TV shows as a character named “Travis”. I’ve got to admit that kdrama is very entertaining and full of drama. I’m still quite excited to be a part of it.
I’m not sure what your favorite TV show is, but if you’re a fan of kdrama, I highly recommend the kdrama trailer for the first season. There’s something about the voice of the protagonist that sticks me right out of the gate. His voice is very original and he’s very good.
For those who have watched kdrama at all the times Ive mentioned, youll notice it has gone through a few changes since the show first aired. This is because the core programming has changed and the show was being tweaked to accommodate new talent.
In this new trailer, you can see a new character from the new trailer that speaks, and some of it’s spoken out of context. The new character from the first episode looks as if he’s speaking in context, not in the voice of a character that has been spoken to by the main characters.
That new trailer also features a new cast member talking in the voice of an actor who plays a different character we’ve never seen before. Maybe its just me having an off day, but there’s something about how the voice of this new actor plays off of the voice of a character that we’ve never seen before. It kind of freaks me out.
Not every voice actor has an amazing voice, and some of them have been known to work better with actors who have more of a recognizable voice. In this case, however, it looks as if the voice actor was simply using an actor who is not familiar to us as his voice, because the actor’s voice is not playing off the character’s voice. Maybe it’s a coincidence, or maybe a writer is writing something else, but I’d prefer to just not hear this character speak.
Yeah, it’s like playing a game of “Who is this character’s real name?” when the character you are playing is not really a person.
The most likely explanation is that Id rather not hear the real name. If an actor is taking on the responsibility of a character’s voice, it’s going to sound like that character when they speak. It’s a lot easier to disguise a character’s voice than a real name. If its a coincidence, Id prefer to just not hear this character speak.
If you don’t hear him speak, its the same as saying, “I’m not going to play the real name,” or “I don’t know the real name.” Its probably just a more obvious way to end the game.
He’s certainly not the only one, but it’s the only one that has been confirmed from the kdrama team.