Byun Woo Seok Shares His Love For His Projects And Desire To Gain More Experience In Acting
Byun Woo Seok looks chic in his photo shoot for Elle magazine!
The actor posed in various trendy outfits and showed off his hair that he grew out for the first time for his latest project “Moonshine” (also known as “When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon”).
Set during the period of the Joseon era when prohibition laws were at their strongest, “Moonshine” is a drama about the romance between Kang Ro Seo (Girl’s Day’s Hyeri), a struggling aristocrat who starts illegally making alcohol in order to support her family, and Nam Young (Yoo Seung Ho), Joseon’s greatest inspector who is known for living a very principled life.
In the drama, Byun Woo Seok plays Lee Pyo, who is tall, good-looking, and talented at both martial and fine arts, but has no taste for books or studying. He is a crown prince who shirks his duties, and being an alcoholic, frequently sneaks out of the palace to drink illegally.
In the interview that followed the photo shoot, Byun Woo Seok shared, “After I finished the drama ‘Record of Youth’ and wrapped up filming for the movie ‘Soul Mate,’ I wanted to start on a new project quickly. While searching for one, I came across ‘Moonshine,’ and I was extremely happy.”
When asked what was a pillar of support for him since he started acting, Byun Woo Seok explained, “Since I started acting late, the only thing I could rely on was practical experience. For me, every project I appear in is an opportunity and process. [They’re all valuable], so I can’t even pick one that was important.”
Byun Woo Seok’s full interview and pictorial will be released in the December issue of Elle.
Watch the actor in “Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency“: