Actor Yeo Jin Goo revealed that his low voice used to be his insecurity.
Yeo Jin Goo, who plays the role of a model patient for six years in a mental asylum in “Shoot Me in the Heart,” discusses a variety of topics during an interview with MBC‘s “Let’s Go Video Travel.”
“I hated my voice when puberty hit. My voice was so bad that I didn’t talk much when I was in [9th grade]. I just didn’t want to talk when I realized my voice was weird.”
He adds, “A lot of senior actors now tell me that my low voice gives me a serious and sincere image. I think it is truly a blessing,” as he reveals his contentment with his voice.
“Shoot Me in the Heart” tells the story of the comical and dynamic friendship of model patient Soo Myeong (Yeo Jin Goo) and rascal Seung Min (Lee Min Ki) in a mental asylum. It opened in theaters on January 28.