Jung Il Woo Talks About Regrets From His 20s And New Environmentally-Friendly Project
Jung Il Woo gave an update on what he’s been up to in the October issue of The Neighbor magazine.
After completing mandatory military service in November 2018, the actor made a comeback by starring in SBS’s “Haechi,” publishing the lifestyle magazine Kribbit, and filming the KBS documentary “Wilderness Exploration: Wild Map” (literal title). In addition, he also walked Camino de Santiago for the third time and completed a short language training course in London.
In the accompanying interview, Jung Il Woo said, “I was so careful in my 20s. I was impatient as well, so I had a hiatus. Looking back, I regretted that I didn’t take on more challenges. Your 20s are a time where you learn while facing things and experiencing defeat. I thought that I should try more things in my 30s.”
The actor also spoke about his efforts to curb his carbon footprint by using reusable bags and reusable tumblers instead of plastic. He also created his own room spray where a part of the proceeds will be donated to an environmental protection group.
He explained, “We came up with a collaboration product using our shared interest in environmental protection. We released a room spray this time, but we’re also planning on releasing a soap soon.” As a lover of fragrances with a collection of around 200 to 300 perfumes, Jung Il Woo will release this new room spray sometime mid-October.
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