Choi Woo-sik is gaining more attention with his role in “Our Beloved Summer”. Therefore, there is one thing about him that not many people know.
Born in 1990, Choi Woo-sik was born in Korea but is actually a Korean-Canadian because his parents immigrated to Canada when he was young. Of course, many people think he is Korean because of his distinctive facial features and fluent Korean. He has an English name called “Edward Choi”.
Watching Choi Woo-sik talking to a foreigner in an old entertainment show naturally, netizens wondered, “Is this why children need early education?”
Since it was an entertainment show aired after he appeared in “Parasite”, many people thought Choi Woo-sik devoted himself to studying English with the intention of entering Hollywood. However, English is Choi Woo-sik’s mother tongue, and he has been using it since his childhood.
It is known that Choi Woo-sik studied at schools in Canada but returned to Korea to pursue acting. While gradually building up his filmography starting from small roles in independent movies, Choi Woo-sik was recognized for his good acting skills through his performance in “Set Me Free”.
He made his name be widely known to the public after appearing in drama “Rooftop Prince”. After then, he continued to star in various other works and became a world-class actor along with the great success of movies “Train to Busan” and “Parasite”.
Recently, Choi Woo-sik’s popularity is on an upward trend through his amazing performances in the recent works, movie “The Policeman’s Lineage” and drama “Our Beloved Summer”. Therefore, fans are looking forward to more of Choi Woo-sik’s activities in entertainment, dramas, and movies in the future.