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SF9 Rowoon, Exclusive Feature on Magazine Cover

2020/01/28 Source

Group SF9's Rowoon was featured exclusively on the cover of Dazed.

Rowoon styled basic materials against a backdrop of bright colors. He used props to seem like a mischievous kid, but perfectly pulled off a shirt and jeans look.

In the following interview, Rowoon said, "I have to ask myself as Kim Seok-woo (the artist's real name) and not Rowoon what makes me the happiest, since I'm an actor. I talk to myself to find out what I like", he said. About the members of SF9, he said, "We bicker, we get along, but we laugh and cry together. We are quite comfortable with each other and are the best of friends".

Rowoon recently starred in the MBC drama "Extraordinary You" as the lead character Ha-roo and won the MBC Best Rookie Actor award in 2019. SF9 also released their first album with the title song "Good Guy". The group topped the charts on Mnet's Countdown and KBS's Music Bank.

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