Seoul — Goblin entertainer Gong Yoo doesn’t comprehend why individuals mischief and battle one another. He said so in an online meeting on April 13 for the forthcoming science fiction film Seobok. The entertainer plays a character who proudly shows his longing and dread in the film, as per Allkpop.
At the point when gotten some information about his own longings, Gong Yoo answered, “I don’t actually comprehend why individuals mischief and battle each other to such an extent. I attempt to place myself into someone else’s perspective at whatever point I’m in such circumstances. Be that as it may, there are situations where I actually can’t comprehend the other individual (which could be altogether because of my absence of seeing, so I’m somewhat mindful). My own craving isn’t to be a similar individual when I meet that kind of individual.”링크사이트
Gong Yoo doesn’t comprehend why individuals damage and battle each other to such an extent. Picture: Instagram
Discussing his own apprehensions, he said, “From an entertainer’s point of view, we commonly cause torments on one another in a relationship normally. So I accept a person is the ‘most frightening’ being. I’m apprehensive about getting injured by individuals. What’s more, representing the camera is continually terrifying.”
‘Seobok’ hits theaters on April 15.
Brought into the world on July 10, 1979, Gong Ji-cheol, better known by his stage name Gong Yoo, is a South Korean entertainer. He is most popular for his parts in TV dramatizations Coffee Prince (2007) and Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (2016–2017), and the movies Silenced (2011), Train to Busan (2016) and The Age of Shadows (2016).
His stage name is a mix of his dad’s last name “Gong” and of his mom’s last name “Yoo”. In 2017, it was uncovered that Gong Yoo was a relative of Chinese scholar Confucius, and was important for the 79th era among Confucius’ relatives who started from the Gokbu Gong family.
Gong Yoo moved on from Kyung Hee University with a BA degree in theater. In 2000, he began his the big time profession as a video jockey on Mnet and appeared as an entertainer in the TV arrangement School 4 of every 2001. From that point, Gong did various supporting jobs in shows and films and furthermore facilitated the music program Music Camp in 2004.