Yeo Jin Goo Releases a Mature Themed Photoshoot with “W Korea”
Nicholas Kim, March 15, 2016, 8:19 a.m.
It seems that actor Yeo Jin Goo wants his fans to know that he’s no longer a child after having turned 20 this year, and he was seen savoring an alcoholic drink from the bar, as well have enjoying a cigarette in his newest photoshoot with “W Korea”.
The actor may have shown a mature charisma and charm for the shoot, but during his interview he stated that it still was a weird feeling for him to set foot inside of a bar!
The photoshoot was underway only a day after his high school graduation, so the actor had tons of things to talk about in regards to his younger years! In regards to becoming a University student Yeo Jin Goo said, "I'm excited to be able to put myself in an environment with my peers, who have the same interests as me, since I'll be majoring in acting... Ever since I was young, I've been surrounded by older people, and I haven't had many chances to meet up with peers my age. I want to know what kind of thoughts other people my age have these days."
In regards to the most difficult time that he has faced in his life the actor stated, "During puberty, my voice abruptly changed. It was very difficult... because it had been right around the time that I had seriously decided to pursue acting as a career, and an actor's voice is very important, so it was something completely out of my control."
The actor reacted to the concept of the shoot which shows Yeo Jin Goo’s transformation from a boy into an adult. He stated, "It's true that many people have watched me grow. Isn't it better to grow into adulthood than to stay a child in the eyes of the audience?"
Yeo Jin-goo (born August 13, 1997) is a South Korean actor. He began his career as a child actor, notably in the film Sad Movie (2005), the television dramas Giant (2011), Moon Embracing the Sun (2012), Missing You(2012), and the sitcom Potato Star 2013QR3 (2013-2014). In 2013, Yeo played his first big-screen leading role as the titular character in action thriller Hwayi: A Monster Boy, for which he won Best New Actor at the Blue Dragon Film Awards. This was followed in 2015 by comedy film Shoot Me in the Heart, teen vampire series Orange Marmalade, and Korean War film The Long Way Home.