Yoo Ji Tae Talks About “Money Heist: Korea,” Preparing For His Upcoming Roles, And More
Yoo Ji Tae is back with an enticing pictorial for Arena Korea!
The new set of photos shows off his raw and sexy charms, teasing what’s to come in his upcoming dramas “Vigilante” (literal title) and “Villains” (literal title).
In the interview that followed the shoot, Yoo Ji Tae shared his thoughts on his recent drama “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area,” a remake of the hit Spanish series “Money Heist.”
Regarding his character, he commented, “The Professor is not an ordinary villain. He’a a villain with the strong conviction that he shouldn’t hurt others. My agency thought that the role would suit me and went out and bought the intellectual property rights. Who would have thought I would get to experience something like this? How grateful I am that they would purchase the rights to one of Netflix’s hallmark shows for me and that I even got to act in it.”
As an actor, he also reflected on how quickly content is consumed in today’s day and age. Yoo Ji Tae remarked that content must be made with sincerity, explaining, “You’ve got to live according to your convictions. It’s now become incredibly important that you do so. With that kind of life, you’ve got to focus more on yourself. I think it’s important that you solidify your own color.”
Yoo Ji Tae also talked about his future plans, hinting, “I’m currently building muscle for the role of Jo Heon in the drama ‘Vigilante.’ I’m also shooting the drama ‘Villains,’ so I’ve been pondering how to efficiently lose weight and build a great body.”
Are you excited to see Yoo Ji Tae in his upcoming dramas?
Watch Yoo Ji Tae in “When My Love Blooms” with subtitles below!