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Seo Kang-joon, "People Like Me Have to Work Extra Hard"

2019/10/08 | 1646 views | Permalink | Source

Seo Kang-joon was interviewed by Esquire.

The actor was recently in the OCN drama called "WATCHER" and he said, "I wanted to be better in my character, so I had to work extra hard. I don't have a choice. If I were born with it I wouldn't have to work so hard, but I'm not, so I have to work extra hard".

"I try not to think about the future, but focus on the present. I'm not so sure, but perhaps I'd be acting still? I don't know what kind of actor I'd become, but I'm sure I'll be focusing on my present like I always do. I do hope I progress a little by then".

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"WATCHER" is directed by Ahn Gil-ho, written by Han Sang-woon, and features Han Suk-kyu, Seo Kang-joon, Kim Hyun-joo, Heo Sung-tae, Park Joo-hee, Joo Jin-mo-I. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/07/06~2019/08/25, Sat, Sun 22:20 on OCN.

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