Actor Oh Young-soo, ‘Squid Game Kkanbu Grandpa’, delivered touching life lessons.
On the October 16 broadcast of MBC’s ‘Hangout with Yoo‘, Yoo Jae-suk and Mi-joo conducted an interview with Oh Young-soo. Oh Young-soo, a veteran with 58 years of acting experience, shook hands with Yoo Jae-suk as soon as he met him and said, “You are the person I like.”
The actor gave a warm speech for those who liked Netflix’s original drama ‘Squid Game‘. He started the conversion, “There are times when our society moves as if we should be in the first place. No.2 lost to No.1, but won No.3. Everyone is a winner.” He continued, “I think a real winner is someone who tries to reach a certain level by doing their best at what they want to do.”
When asked about his worries, Oh Young-soo replied, “There is nothing special. Should I call it a concern? Living well with my family without any problems. My wish is to live a life with both concerns and expectations.” Oh Young-soo confessed, “I’ve received many things as I live without greed. Now I want to leave everything I’ve received in my life behind.”
He added, “For example, I go to the mountain. When I was young, if there were flowers, I’d definitely pluck them. At my age, I just leave it alone. I’ll go and watch it again. Life is the same. It’s not easy to leave something as it is.”
After hearing the touching words, Mi-joo eventually shed tears. Yoo Jae-suk said, “I think anchor Lee Mi-joo was already crying. There is an echo that your tone gives itself.”
Finally, Oh Young-soo made everyone more touched by sharing, “My favorite word among Korean words is ‘beauty’. Beautiful world, beautiful people, beautiful society. I came here today, met two beautiful people in a beautiful space and had a beautiful time. I hope you live a beautiful life.”
Meanwhile, Oh Young-soo has been receiving love for his outstanding acting skills as the 001 participant Oh Il-nam in ‘Squid Game‘.