Gong Yoo aminadong nagkulang sa magulang
Nag-open-up si Gong Yoo sa recent interview niya tungkol sa pagiging isang anak niya.
Alam ni Gong Yoo na napakataas ng tingin sa kanya ng tao bilang artista, lalo na ng mga tagahanga niya. Pero, bilang isang anak, “guilty” raw siya sa maraming bagay.
Ayon kay Gong Yoo, “not good.”
At saka niya in-open na, “I think it’s a question that makes me somber. People say that I’m a filial son, but I always feel guilty when I hear that. There’s more than meets the eye, and there are instances where things that I say through a media outlet are seen positively and exaggerated since my job garners attention.
“It’s a blessing to be seen in a good way. But I feel guilty because other small things about me are also generously scored due to the favorable impression of me. I speak honestly when my parents are brought up, but I feel a bit sorry about my parents seeing the article.”
Sabi nga niya, kung financial matters, siyempre, kaya niyang ipagkaloob ito sa mga magulang. Pero, iba pa rin ‘yung physically kasama siya at marami siyang oras na naibibigay.
Sabi pa ni Gong Yoo, “I can, of course, give them the money that I earn and have them live a prosperous life, but that’s not all there is to life. Since I’m a bit independent, I think their feelings of wanting me to be by their side get stronger as they get older. My heart hurts the most when they sometimes say, ‘What would it be like if our son was a bit more ordinary?’
“I said this during a past Baeksang Arts Awards show. I think it was bitterness in my heart. I know that my parents give me lots of their understanding and support, and I think that there will be something I can repay them with, although I’m not of a young age.”
Si Gong Yoo ay isa sa mga bida ng bagong Korean movie na “Kim Ji Young, Born 1982”.
“The film is a bit more hopeful than the book,” said the actor. “Looking at the quality of the film, I hope that more people will relate to the film. I think that the director’s decision was good. But this does not mean that the film offers a solution. I don’t think that the genre of film offers solutions, but there won’t be hopeful thoughts if it’s not at least done like this, so I think that it was a good decision to end it that way.”