Kim Kang-woo and Kim Sun-ho’s private life controversy has everything going on. I don’t do it with joy and sorrow
Actor Kim Kang-woo frankly confessed his feelings when he experienced external controversies in his work.
Kim Kang-woo told various stories in an interview with the movie “Gwigongja” (director Park Hoon-jung) held at a cafe in Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul on the morning of the 19th.
Kim Kang-woo, who played the role of Han Isa, a second-generation chaebol client who persistently pursues Marco (Kang Tae-joo) in “The Returnee,” has met the audience with a new film after a long time since the release of the drama “Processive City” aired last year and the movie “Birth” in November.
Kim Kang-woo, who worked with Kim Sun-ho one after another from “The Returnee” to “The Tyrant,” said, “In fact, I haven’t seen (Kim) Seon-ho’s previous works, but Seon-ho is very sweet. I thought he was good at melodrama, but he was really good. He said, “I think he has excellent ability to make his character because he has a lot of theater and stage experience.”
He then said, “In ‘The Returned Prince,’ we confronted each other, but in ‘The tyrant,’ it feels different,” and added, “In ‘The Returned Prince,’ we completely don’t know each other, but in ‘The tyrant,’ we confront each other while we are close.”
Previously, “Ghost” caused a stir due to the controversy over Kim Sun-ho’s private life before the filming began. Kim Kang-woo was unintentionally troubled by the controversy over the main character Seo Ye-ji during the movie “Memory of Tomorrow,” which was released in 2021, and Kim So-hye during “Ghost Moon,” which caused regret.
Regarding the situation at the time, Kim Kang-woo continued calmly with a smile, saying, “I don’t know if it’s right to say this, but if you act, there’s a lot of things.”
Kim Kang-woo said, “Anyway, I thought it was right for the director to decide and focus hard on acting from the actor’s point of view. “It’s a little hard to mention the incident, but I don’t think it’s anyone’s fault or avoid it just because you think you should avoid it,” he explained.
He also said, “Isn’t it my life?” and added, “I try not to be upset.” It’s not just a year or two of acting, but it’s a cliche, but I think it’s a marathon. “I’m building meaningful works in it, and I’m avoiding the idea that something will mark a huge point in my life than before,” he added