Kang Tae Oh Shares His Thoughts On Malicious Comments, His Famous Line In

Kang Tae Oh boasts his masculine beauty in a new pictorial with GQ Korea!

In the pictorial, Kang Tae Oh draws attention with his nonchalant expressions and sexy atmosphere as opposed to the soft image he showed in “Extraordinary Attorney Woo.”

“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is a drama which tells the story of Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin), a young lawyer on the autism spectrum who joins a major law firm. Due to her high IQ of 164, impressive memory, and creative thought process, the brilliant Woo Young Woo graduates at the top of her class from the prestigious Seoul National University for both college and law school – but she still finds herself struggling when it comes to social interactions.

Kang Tae Oh has received lots of love through his character Lee Jun Ho, an attractive and thoughtful law firm employee who is head over heels for Woo Young Woo.

In the interview that took place before the drama concluded, Kang Tae Oh shared his thoughts on various topics. When asked if he feels any different about Wednesdays, the actor replied, “For sure [it feels different]. I’m half-worried and half-anticipating at the same time because I already know the story that will be aired. I get very curious about the reactions [of the viewers] and whether it will turn out well.” Despite his curiosity, Kang Tae Oh added that he doesn’t look for the reactions on social media, saying, “Unless it’s pre-produced, filming goes on even when the drama is airing, and then I become conscious of the reactions. Whether it is a good reaction or a bad reaction, I am unable to concentrate on my acting if I start to care about it.”

He also shared his thoughts about malicious comments. He said, “I thought I wouldn’t [get offended]. Before, I was thinking, ‘Why do people get offended by comments?’ But when I confronted the bad comments about me, the damage was huge. Even when I am praised 100 times, it hurts if I get hated even just once. One day I saw a comment saying, ‘Why does an actor like him get cast as a male lead?’ When I see such a comment, I click on the dislike button for starters. I’m like, ‘Who liked this comment?’ with anger. (Laughs)”

Kang Tae Oh shared his thoughts about filming the scene where Lee Jun Ho says, “That’s disappointing,” in episode 7. He remarked, “I was very worried about that scene. Jun Ho would always wait for Young Woo to take action, but it is the first scene where he approaches her first while taking action. There was a concern that it might look out of character from the Jun Ho I had portrayed before. His words, ‘That’s disappointing,’ doesn’t mean that he was just literally disappointed. He must have felt happy, shy, and embarrassed at the same time. There were so many thoughts and abstract emotions that couldn’t be explained in words. That’s why I tried several takes. I tried once with a smile, and I tried once like I’m really sad.” The last take was chosen in the end according to the actor.

When asked what he is like when it comes to love, Kang Tae Oh commented, “I’m very sweet. I express [my feelings] a lot. If I like someone, I say, ‘I like you,’ and if I love someone, I say, ‘I love you.’ I especially say, ‘I love you,’ a lot.” But when it comes to saying things that he doesn’t like, he minces words because he is afraid that the other party will get offended.

Regarding his thoughts on the mark the role of Lee Jun Ho left on Kang Tae Oh, the actor replied, “I feel like it has given me a warning before I enlist in the military, saying, ‘Do better from now on.’ Of course, I had a similar mindset before, but it feels like it’s giving me the advice one more time. Like, ‘Kang Tae Oh, you have a lot of people watching you now, so you have to do better.’”

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