Best body at Korea National University of Arts…”The Glory” Son Myeong Oh’s behind-the-scenes cuts drew admiration
Actor Kim Gun Woo, who played Son Myeong Oh in “The Glory”, unveiled behind-the-scenes cuts of the drama.
On March 20th, Kim Gun Woo posted 5 photos on his Instagram with the caption “Myeong Oh, let’s just be happy now”.
The released photos showed Kim Gun Woo taking various proof shots at the filming site of Netflix’s “The Glory”.
He was taking a mirror selfie in the waiting room, revealing his upper body full of tattoos. Kim Gun Woo attracted attention by giving off a chic atmosphere with fatal eyes.
He also caught the eye by showing off his amazing back muscles while taking off his shirt. Kim Gun Woo drew admiration by certifying his tanned skin, broad shoulders and inverted triangle.
Earlier, actress Lim Ji Yeon, who appeared together with Kim Gun Woo in “The Glory”, testified in a group interview, “We are from Korea National University of Arts. He was the one with the best body at Korea National University of Arts. He was famous for his body in the acting department of Korea National University of Arts.“
Besides, Kim Gun Woo drew attention by boasting his unexpected charm, such as smiling brightly or making a V sign despite his bloody makeup.
Lim Ji Yeon caused laughter as she commented, “Goodbye, Myeong Oh. An actor who specializes in corpses.”
Netizens responded to Kim Gun Woo’s Instagram post through comments such as “It’s so cute when he’s lying down”, “Really crazy”, “Cool”, “Sexy Myeong Oh”, “Hot guy”…
Kim Gun Woo was well received for playing Son Myeong Oh, one of the school violence perpetrators who bullied Moon Dong Eun (Song Hye Kyo), in Netflix’s “The Glory”.
Thanks to his performance, “The Glory” Part 2 recorded more than 100 million hours of viewing time in 3 days since its release on March 10th, ranking first in the TV show category worldwide.
Meanwhile, Kim Gun Woo is scheduled to meet fans on stage in May with his first musical “Red Book”.