Super Junior Member Choi Siwon Speaks Out "I Want To Continue To..."
By Staff Writer | August 16, 2012 04:08 AM EDT
According to the recent interview Siwon had with a fashion magazine, he firmly stated that "I want to continue to stay with Super Junior."
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He also added "I have been with Super Junior from year 2005. There has been a lot of happenings. We try to solve things out by talking them out. Now we know too well what each member likes and dislikes, we are simply very used to each other. I want to continue to work with Super Junior," and revealed his affection and deep trust with the members of the group.
In addition, when he was asked what his real personality is like, Siwon replied, "I am pretty sensitive. I do not like doing harm to others. So I try not to do the things that others do not like."
Lastly, to the question that asked about himself as an actor, Siwon responded that "I seem to have an image that is tightly fixed. I hope to break that formalized image I have, not only as an actor but as a man named Choi Siwon."
In addition to the interview, during his photo shoot Siwon removed his sexy and masculine appeal, and differently showed his plain natural charm in front of the camera.
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