Actor Gong Yoo, who shows his sincere acting by perfectly digesting each role based on his solid acting skills, decorated the cover of the October issue of ‘Marie Claire’.
Gong Yoo in the published pictorial revealed a unique personality and free side.
Actor Gong Yoo, who celebrated the 20th anniversary of his debut this year, answered in the interview that followed, ‘After the age of 20 and 30, the power that leads me as an actor is changing.’ “In the past, I was worried about what my role would look like and how I should act, but now that concern has been reversed. Rather, I think more about how I can influence this work and how my role will affect other characters and deliver energy. When choosing a work, in the past, I only looked at my character, but now I am more interested in what kind of story the producers want to tell through this work and what topics they want to raise.” he said.
In response to a question about the YouTube video ‘Public SEA Drifting’, which became a hot topic after appearing in person recently, he said, “Without planning, composition, or script, I just turn on the camera in the morning and shoot according to the flow of consciousness. I want to show myself as I am.” He also talked about his desire to communicate with fans in a natural, unadorned way.