Gong Yoo pumiyok kay Park Bo Gum
Ilang taon din na “absent” si Gong Yoo sa limelight, lalo na sa pag-arte.
Ang huli pa niyang movie ay ang “Train to Busan” at sa drama naman ay “Goblin” . Aware si Gong Yoo na MIA (missing in action) siya .Matagal na siyang name-miss ng mga tagahanga niya.
Kaya sa naging interview niya for his Esquire Korea magazine cover, masaya niyang ibinalita na ipalalabas na ang ginawa niyang movie sa April 15. Ito’y pinamagatang “Seobok”.Makakasama niya si Park Bo Gum .
Na-delay nga raw ang pagpapalabas nito dahil sa pandemic. Si PBG ay kasalukuyan namang naka-enlist sa military.
Ayon kay Gong Yoo, “We completely flew past the time that the film ‘Seobok’ was supposed to premiere. I can’t blame it on anyone and since it’s a situation that everyone is dealing with, not just me, it’s upsetting but the reality is that we have to accept it.
“The project I’m working on now is wrapping up soon and I already filmed my special appearance for ‘Wonderland.’ The projects I’ve completed will now slowly be released. I’m not confident but I’ll soon be able to greet you through good projects.”
Kinamusta rin kay Gong Yoo ang co-star niya na si Park Bo Gum. Aniya, “Since we have a bit of an age gap, I always end up thinking about myself at his age when I look at him. Although it’s our first time meeting and collaborating, I think about that age range that I’ve experienced and think, ‘What kind of thoughts does Bo Gum have now and what kind of mindset does he have as an actor?’ which creates a special kind of bond.”
“On the outside, he is extremely responsible, bright, and always smiling, but I believe there are certain worries he has on the inside. However, I also think that he’s unable to show that to others and is just blowing off steam by himself.”
Sa isang banda, nabasa namin dati na kapag walang work ay naglalagi ito sa kanyang bahay sa Jeju Island . Bachelor pa rcin siya at the age of 41.
At sa interview niya for Esquire Korea, nabanggit nga niya na bukod sa acting, ang fishing ang paborito niyang gawin. Gayundin daw ang pagi-exercise.
“If I were to add another one, the one thing I can’t let go of, even while simultaneously thinking ‘How long do I have to do this for?’ is exercise. It’s because of how refreshed and addicted I feel when I sweat.”