Song Seung Hun, Honest Confession, "Acting? Marriage is First for Me"
By Staff Writer | August 09, 2012 09:42 PM EDT
The world star Song Seung Hun made an honest confession about marriage.
Today, Song Seung Hun was interviewed after ending MBC drama "Time Slip Dr.Jin." On this day, he said "We just finished filming for 'Time Slip Dr.Jin'." When he was asked what his next homework is, he said "Marriage."
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He said, "I don't know if I'm allowed to say something like this. Of course as an actor it's important for me to become a great actor and to have the desire to go even to Hollywood, but my honest feeling is I want to make a happy family with wife and kids I love."
He continued, "If someone asked me 'Do you want to become the best actor in the world or create a happy family?', then I would be able to give up acting as well. That's put in an extreme way, but that's how much family means to me. I'm really jealous of the friends around me who are happily living after getting married. It won't be easy to find someone I love, but if I do find someone, I think I will marry her without hesitation."
When he was asked for his ideal girl type, he replied "I used to like pretty girls. But now, I just want someone comfortable like a friend, someone I could talk to", laughing.
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