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Kwon Sang-woo, "Walking with my son"

2013/05/21 | 1930 views | Permalink | Source

Top star, kwon Sang-woo is still at the top of his days but he's still thirsty. He feels he needs 'something strong' but he feels empty because he doesn't feel he's accomplished enough. He said he's wondered where he was and if he was the kind of actor people liked. These concerns only get bigger. He confesses that he felt that a lot while filming the drama "Yawang". He said he wants to show the real kwon Sang-woo when the time is right as he isn't getting any younger.

When he can't find the answers to his concerns, he takes his son Rook-hee out for a walk. Recently moved to Bundang, kwon Sang-woo says he feels like there's nothing to worry about when he's with his son. He wonders how he lived without a son. He is happy when he's walking with his son holding his hand and his worries fly away when he walks and helps him feel comfortable once again.

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