Kang Dong Won I’m a private person Private content
Actor Kang Dong-won delivered his view on the “private realm.”
Kang Dong-won said in an interview on the 21st at a cafe in Jongno-gu, Seoul, “I didn’t go out of my house before, but these days I go to the theater wearing a mask,” adding, “I recently went to the theater to see Director Eom Tae-hwa’s Contribute Utopia, which I worked with while filming in the provinces.”
Kang Dong-won said, “A lot of people don’t recognize it,” adding, “I don’t think they recognize it more, especially in the provinces.”
Kang Dong-won said, “I was a bit intimidated when I was in a crowded place on the set because I was introverted,” adding, “Now I think I can express it without worrying about what kind of order I get without being nervous about that.”
“After more than 20 years of acting, I think I’ve become different from filming more than 20 movies, gaining confidence, gaining experience, and playing various characters,” he said. “Now I think I’m doing it naturally.”
Kang Dong-won is known not to expose his personal life to the extent that he appeared on tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block” for the first time in 20 years to promote the film. Nevertheless, Kang Dong-won’s father was an executive of a heavy industry company, and rumors of a romantic relationship arose with private photos taken with acquaintances.
Kang Dong-won said, “Honestly, I think I should know that, too,” smiling and “I’m a private person.”
Meanwhile, “Dr. Chun” is a movie about a fake exorcist “Dr. Chun,” who does not believe in ghosts but has ghost-like insights, who is commissioned a powerful incident that he has never experienced before. Unlike most of the existing works based on exorcism advocated the occult genre, “Dr. Chun” foreshadows novel fun with modern settings and cheerful tones. Dr. Chun (Kang Dong-won), who is an exorcist but does not believe in ghosts, solves the case through fake consciousness after seeing through his client’s mind, and runs a YouTube channel, stimulates interest with a fresh and attractive character that he has not seen before.
Kang Dong-won leads the center of the play with unprecedented charm through his role as Dr. Chun, a title role that broke away from the typicality of the movie about exorcism in “Dr. Chun.” Kang Dong-won, who expressed Dr. Chun’s personality with his unique confidence and expression, exudes the charm and presence that only Kang Dong-won can, ranging from delicate acting that captures the characteristics of an insightful and sophisticated character to unsparing action