“I’m in trouble,” Interview video of the 17-year-old high school student Park Eunbin on “Unanswered Questions” is released

Actress Park Eun-bin’s childhood video was released on SBS’ “Unanswered Questions.”

Park Eun-bin, who is being loved by the entire nation for her role in the ENA drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” once appeared in the child star episode of “Unanswered Questions” in 2008 when she was still a student, and the interview scene of Park Eun-bin with “Unanswered Questions” has been a hot topic among many netizens in the past few days.

The production team of “Unanswered Questions” put only Park Eun-bin’s footage in the child star episode into a video titled “’Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ Park Eun-bin has appeared on ‘Unanswered Questions’?! Revealing her child actress days!” and released it on their YouTube channel. 

The production team explained in the video’s description, “’Unanswered Questions’ once shone light on the life of child stars. We have recognized Park Eun-bin’s aura since then? We are here to reveal Park Eun-bin’s school life at the filming set when she was still a child actress.” 

The 684th episode of “Unanswered Questions,” which aired on September 20th, 2008, is titled “Child Star – Whose Dream Is This For.” This episode is produced by Director Lim Chan-mook and writer Park Hee-kyung.

Park Eun-bin, who was 17 years old at the time, was practicing hard with her poor flute skills during the waiting time at a drama shooting site, but it turned out that she was preparing for a test at her school. “I’m practicing this for a test at school, but I’m not good at it yet,” said Park Eun-bin, who was worried, “I’m in trouble.”

Park Eun-bin’s belief in acting was also revealed. Park Eun-bin said, “If I heard such words (that I am good at acting) when I was still little, I would feel obligated to do it because I am good at acting, whether I like it or not.’

In particular, Park Eun-bin was faithful not only to her acting life but also to her school life. Park Eun-bin, who was heading to the academy to study, said, “I can’t take school classes again once it has passes by. So I have to go to the academy to make up for it. If I can’t do what I like because of studying, I should neglect one side then. But I don’t want to give up yet. I want to do both,” she said.

Source: nate

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