Ha Jungwoo “The most important criterion for choosing a work is people”
Actor Ha Jungwoo revealed that the most important criterion for choosing a work is “people.”
Jungwoo Ha recently had a photo shoot with WWD Korea. Kim Ha, who excelled in the concept pictorial with the atmosphere of “Autumn Man,” also conducted an interview on the work.
There was also a story about the OTT drama “Suri Nam,” which recently gained popularity and attention. In this work, Jungwoo played Kang In-gu, a businessman who went to Surinam to make a living for his family and was deployed to arrest the drug king.
Regarding the meaning of the last scene where a baseball appeared, he said, “Kang In-gu (Jungwoo) said, ‘Was this ball really real’ given by Jeon Yo-han (Hwang Jung-min), ‘Did he really believe me? He must have been immersed in the thought of a man who was so suspicious and killed his subordinates without hesitation.
He also mentioned the most important criteria when choosing a work. Jungwoo cited “people” as the first criterion and explained, “This is because the work can change as much as possible depending on the person who makes it.”
He also expressed his hope that “I will cherish all my works to grow further as a movie star, and that my acting and expression will deepen through the process.”
Ha Jungwoo is currently set for the release of the films “Boston 1947” and “Nocturnal Night,” and the film “The Kidnapped” has also recently finished filming.