Watch: Song Joong Ki Sorts His Drama And Movie Characters Into An Idol Group And More
Song Joong Ki and his agency released some fun content in which he ranked and sorted his most famous characters to date!
In the video, Song Joong Ki is given nine characters he has played in various TV shows and movies: Goo Yong Ha from “Sungkyunkwan Scandal,” Yi Do from “Tree With Deep Roots,” Kang Ma Roo from “The Innocent Man,” Yoo Shi Jin from “Descendants of the Sun,” Eun Seom and Sa Ya from “Arthdal Chronicles,” Chul Soo from “A Werewolf Boy,” Tae Ho from “Space Sweepers,” and Vincenzo Cassano from “Vincenzo.”
The first question was, “Who is the richest character?” Song Joong Ki debates for a while between Vincenzo Cassano and Yi Do, but goes with Vincenzo because Yi Do is still the crown prince and not yet King Sejong. Other questions include, “Who would win in a fight?” (Vincenzo wins over Yoo Shi Jin because he would break the law), “Who would be most popular?” (Chul Soo, “because I’ve never seen anyone who doesn’t like puppies”), and “Who is the dirtiest?” (Tae Ho, because water is precious in space).
One of the most interesting question comes when Song Joong Ki is asked to sort the characters into roles if they were to form a nine-member idol group together. After complaining that the question is too tough, he comes up with: Goo Yong Ha as the “visual” member (“he would film a lot of commercials”), Yi Do as the leader (“it’s King Sejong! If he went to “Music Bank,” even the KBS head would have to kneel”), Chul Soo as the maknae (“because he’s cute, like SHINee’s Taemin”), and Yoo Shi Jin as the “variety” member (“because he’s sly”). However, he runs into issues when he has to pick the main dancer and main vocalist and eventually says, “There is no one like that here!” He also kicks Tae Ho and Eun Seom out of the group entirely, saying, “They trained with the others, but were cut from the group.”
Check out the full video with English subtitles below!
Check out “The Innocent Man” here…
… “Sungkyunkwan Scandal” here…
… “Tree With Deep Roots” here…
… and “Descendants of the Sun” here!