Yoo Seung Ho Wants To Be Respected More As A Young Actor?
By Staff Writer | August 12, 2012 03:01 PM EDT
Actor Yoo Seung Ho revealed his true feelings on being treated as a young actor.
Yoo Seung Ho on Friday, attended a press conference held for the new MBC drama "Arang and the Magistrate" and stated, "I wanted to become the best actor ever, better than anyone else."
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He continued, "I didn't like to be ignored and not respected because of my young age, so I wanted to become the best to the point where people wouldn't be able to even look at me. This might sound a bit egoistical, but I really wanted to succeed to the point where people can't even look at me."
Yoo Seung Ho continued, "Since I have acted since I was young, I feel like I'm more mature than others my age, but adults think of me as a thoughtless twenty year old. I'm not asking to be perfectly treated like an adult. I'm young, but as my career is that of an actor, it would be good if I could get a little respect."
Actor Park Jun Kyu commented, "If you think about all the productions he's done, he's a mid-grade actor. He should be respected."
Meanwhile, "Arang and the Magistrate" is a Chosun era fantasy romance drama following the legend of Arang, with Arang as a ghost and a magistrate who can see ghosts. The first episode will air on August 15.
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