Actor kwon Sang-woo revealed his strengths and weaknesses.
In an interview, he joked, "My weakness, although it may be biased, is that I’m tired of hearing criticism about my pronunciation. My strength is that I’m a sensible actor. I’m very focused and I catch what the directors want. I’m a pretty good actor".
In addition, he said, "Honestly, I have a lot of faults, but I try to look at my strengths instead and overcome my weaknesses. It’s not like actors work for little pay, and I think actors need to be on set early and do their best to do what the director says".
He also said, "I concentrated on "Fate" a lot, because it was my first thing since resting for two years. I thought I should go back to the intention I had as a beginner. I bought drinks and met with my acting coach and talked about the script a lot. Next door, there were students and new actors practicing for their debut, but I didn’t think it was embarrassing".
He added, "I prepared this for my satisfaction and pride. I don’t think there was a time I tried so hard".
He is acting as an evil character for the first time in his eight-year acting career in "Fate", showing on the 20th. His character betrays his friend (played by Song Seung-heon), but it is a role that gives laughter to the audience. "Fate" tells the story of four friends who hurt each other through misunderstanding and betrayal.