Jung Woo and Son Ho Joon Say Their Farewells to “Reply 1994”
Earlier, Yoo Yeon Seok shared his feelings about wrapping up tvN drama “Reply 1994,” and now actors Jung Woo and Son Ho Joon take their turns to say goodbye.
Jung Woo revealed his thoughts about concluding the drama on his Twitter account on December 28.
“Thank you to all the viewers who have your love and support to ‘Reply 1994.’ I was really happy to have met a character such as ‘Trash.’ And the love I have received is more than I deserve… But I can’t think of any words other than a simple ‘Thank you.’”
He went on to thank the rest of the production team and fellow castmates. “To those illuminating the ‘Reply 1994’ from behind the scenes our director and writers, great staff members, to Sung Dong Il sunbae-nim, Lee Il Hwa sunbae-nim, and our Jung-ie~ awesome Chil Bong-ie~ Sung Kyun-ie~ Ho Joon-ie~ Baro~ lovely maknae Do Hee… and all the actors who have acted alongside us, I sincerely want to thank all of you.”
“Wishing you a Happy New Year, and may you always remain healthy. Enjoy the rest of 2013. ‘Good~ night.”
Son Ho Joon’s Twitter post the same day read, “I will never forget ‘Reply 1994.’ I love you,” together with selca collage of him and his castmates.
In the collage, Son Ho Joon, who played Haitai in “Reply 1994,” posed with Kim Sung Kyun (boarding house roommate Sam Cheon Po) and Binggeurae (Baro) in separate selca shots, in which they pose with sad faces.
Son Ho Joon has been cast in action film “Big Match” alongside Shin Ha Kyun and Lee Jung Jae, and will start filming for the movie next year, while Jung Woo received a lot of interest from the film industry for his role as Trash, and will likely begin filming the movie “Good Friends” soon.