29-year-old actor Kang Tae-oh, who has just reached his heyday with “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”, plans to enlist in the military soon

While ENA’s drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is arousing interest for its solid developments, the cast actors also receive favorable reviews for their excellent performances.

As “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is currently a hot topic, the viewers are also paying attention to the male lead Kang Tae-oh, who takes on the role of Lee Joon-ho, an employee at the legal team of Hanbada.

Lee Joon-ho played by Kang Tae-oh is captivating the hearts of many fans with his handsome visual and consideration for Woo Young-woo (Park Eun-bin), a lawyer with autism spectrum disorder.

Many people have already raised high expectations for the future activities of Kang Tae-oh, who has just hit the jackpot with “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”. However, the actor will not be seen for a while after this drama.

Attending the press conference for “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” last month, Kang Tae-oh was asked about his military enlistment. At that time, Kang Tae-oh said, “The filming for this drama began in early December last year. I’ve been working hard for 6-7 months

The actor confessed, “All South Korean men have to fulfill military service. I don’t feel complicated or have any special feelings just because this is my last work before I enlist in the army. Actually, the feel hasn’t come to me yet.

He added, “I will try to perform well until the end and make this a good drama. I feel so relieved after confessing everything”.

Born in 1994, Kang Tae-oh is 29 years old this year. He debuted in 2013 through the web drama “After School: Lucky or Not”. He made his face known to the public after starring in KBS2’s “The Tale of Nokdu”, tvN’s “Doom at Your Service”, and JTBC’s “Run On”.

Source: insight

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