The only interview of “Hometown Cha Cha Cha” was released amid Kim Seon-ho’s private life controversy

Men’s magazine Arena Homme+ published Kim Seon-ho‘s pictorial and interview on the official website on Oct 23rd. This is a schedule that took place before the controversy over Kim Seon-ho’s personal life as well as the only interview of the drama “Hometown Cha Cha Cha“, which attracts more attention. The magazine explained, “We met Kim Seon-ho in Seoul on the day after he finished the last scene of ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’.”

Kim Seon-ho

In the interview, Kim Seon-ho expressed his thoughts on receiving a response from viewers for his role Hong Doo-sik as “harmless man”. When asked, “‘Harmless man’ is a compliment, but are you worried that it will be a frame for an actor?”, Kim Seon-ho replied, “That’s right. Doesn’t every actor have such a concern? All the actors are framed in some way. While they challenge another type of acting, this frame is removed and a new frame is put on them. I don’t hate frames or think negatively. I’ll appreciate it if you like my current role, and I’ll try other roles next time.”

Kim Seon-ho

About receiving a lot of love for his kind-hearted roles following Han Ji-pyeong in ‘Start-Up’, he said, “There were times when I felt good, but I never felt burdened or arrogant. I was worried that I might not be able to do my part in the drama. It was a burden that I couldn’t do what I had to do. I was evaluated and got hurt while acting in Daehak-ro. I thought about it for a long time. When I thought about it, it was a mental battle as well as the difference in how to accept the evaluation. It has already been over 10 years. Now I’m very grateful for the evaluation itself.”

Kim Seon-ho

In addition, Kim Seon-ho talked about his recent situation, “Thankfully, I’m living a busy life. I just finished filming ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’ yesterday. I was busy with this drama, but I think I’ll be busy again soon.” However, Kim Seon-ho is currently on hiatus from entertainment activities due to the controversy over his private life. He dropped out of KBS 2TV‘s 2 Days 1 Nightalong with the movies such as “2 O’Clock Date”, “Dog Days”…

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