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This actor was told by the director to quit acting after making continuous NGs for 6 hours

Actor Joo Sang Wook revealed his clumsy side, ruining his perfect handsome man image.

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In KBS 2TV’s “Second House,” which aired on November 10th, Joo Sang Wook and Cho Jae Yoon began construction work. In this episode, Joo Sang Wook and Cho Jae Yoon explained that they will purchase Gangjin Second House and present it to the village after the show.

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Cho Jae Yoon certified his license to operate the excavator, and Joo Sang Wook took charge of the interior. Joo Sang Wook envied the difficult demolition work, saying, “I envy Jae Yoon. I should have gotten an excavator license. The first thing I will do when I return to Seoul is get an excavator license.”

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Later, the village aunties visited them and the actors tried to test their popularity. However, the aunties replied, “I don’t know your name, but aren’t you King Lee Bang Won. I don’t know. I forgot.” Joo Sang Wook, who was disappointed, said, “We should work harder.”

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Joo Sang Wook was cast in 1998 when he was contacted by an agent who saw his profile picture while working as a part-time model. He debuted in 1998 with KBS1’s “New Generation Reporting – Adults Don’t Know” at the age of 20. Due to that, Joo Sang Wook knew nothing of acting and filming sites, and also did not start his career with a serious mind, which is why he is said to have suffered a lot as a rookie.

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According to what he said in the past broadcast, the director recommended after seeing him continuously making NGs for 6 hours, “Why don’t you quit acting and concentrate on your studies?” In addition, Joo Sang Wook confessed that during SBS’s “Every Night,” he had been slapped by the director when the filming could not end because he kept making NGs.

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Joo Sang Wook, who is now in his 24th year since his debut, is active in dramas and entertainment such as the drama “Lee Bang-won: The King of Tears,” “Alchemy of Souls,” and “Korean Food Chronicle.”

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Source: Daum

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