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"Cheese In the Trap" Seo Kang-joon, "I'm happy to be this character as my own age"

2015/12/27 | 1180 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Kang-joon attended the premiere of the new tvN drama "Cheese in the Trap" alongside director Lee Yoon-jeong, Park Hae-jin, Kim Go-eun, Lee Sung-kyung, Nam Joo-hyuk and Park Min-ji.

Seo Kang-joon claimed that he was happy to play the role of Baek In-ho who is about the same age as him and said, "I wore a beard in the previous drama and I acted up to my 40s. It was tough".

"It's fun to be acting as someone my own age this time. I feel like work is play".

Seo Kang-joon's role of Baek In-ho is childhood friends with Yoo Jeong (Park Hae-jin) and was a genius piano player but became jobless after an accident.

Seo Kang-joon said, "I tried to make Baek In-ho 'me' as much as possible. He is an honest character so it was important that I showed everything I had".

"Cheese in the Trap" is based on a web-toon about the perfect guy Yoo Jeong, Hong Seol who sees right through him and free spirited Baek In-ho.

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