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Top 5 charming points of “Woo Young-woo” Kang Tae-oh that shakes fans’ hearts

Let’s take a look at the sweet charms of actor Kang Tae-oh, who has been in the spotlight since his appearance in ENA’s “Extraordinary Attorney Woo.”

The ENA drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” which first aired on June 29th, is causing a big sensation among both Korean and foreign fans.

As a result, public interest is also pouring on Kang Tae-oh, the male lead who works with Park Eun-bin in the drama.

While Kang Tae-oh’s filmography, net worth, and the timing of his enlistment are all drawing attention, his various charm points that attract the public are also making headlines.

Let’s take a look at 5 distinct charms of Kang Tae-oh that will prevent fans from leaving his fandom even during his upcoming military enlistment.

1. Perfect features with distinct T-zone and attractive mouth shape

Kang Tae-oh boasts a distinct “T-zone” with dark eyebrows and a sharp nose.

At first glance, he looks like a “cold handsome city man,” but when he smiles, his mouth shape turns him into a cute guy.

The corners of his mouth, which go up smoothly to his cheeks when smiling, are also considered one of his attractive points.

In addition, Kang Tae-oh shows off a harmonious visual in which every features go well together, including his large, pretty eyes and smooth skin.

2. Bulk up muscles and wide shoulders that make you want to be hugged by him

When it comes to Kang Tae-oh, “perfect physical” is also indispensable.

Kang Tae-oh boasts wide shoulders, toned arms, and thick chest muscles.

He is stealing women’s hearts by showing a desirable height difference with actress Park Eun-bin in “Extraordinary Attorney Woo.”

His solid figure, as well as his superior height and even muscles, is enough to make everyone fall in love.

3. An unexpectedly funny, cheerful side

Unlike his image in the drama, which seems gentle and dandy, Kang Tae-oh is the owner of a “plot twist charm” that was shown through a pleasant yet cute dance in the past.

Kang Tae-oh appeared on SBS’ “Running Man” in 2019 and 2020 and showed his own “dance.”

The public’s response to his dance was explosive at the time, and those videos are drawing attention again even now that he is in his prime.

As a result of his great passion for dance, Kang Tae-oh even gained the nickname “Dancing Machine” from his fans.

4. A “Strong Man” who wants to enlist in the Marine Corps or UDT

On August 29th, YouTuber Lee Jin-ho, a former entertainment reporter, announced that Kang Tae-oh wanted to apply to the Marine Corps or special forces UDT.

He also explained that unlike his caring character in the drama, Kang Tae-oh actually gave his best on his acting practice this time because he is actually a “manly man” style.

On the same day, Kang Tae-oh appeared on MBC FM4U’s “Hope Song At Noon” and said that he was not as sweet as Lee Joon-ho in the drama.

He also mentioned his straightforward personality in several interviews.

5. A wide spectrum of acting from a tyrant to cute younger boyfriend

Kang Tae-oh has reached his peak recently, but in fact, he has been an actor for 10 years since 2013.

He played Cha Yul-moo (Injo), a calculating and meticulous tyrant, in KBS2’s “Tale of Nokdu” in 2019.

In addition, in JTBC’s “Run On,” which ended in February last year, he played a great role as a pure art student who likes Seo Dan-ah (Choi Soo-young), a second-generation chaebol.

Everyone applauded his incredible acting skills, which perfectly ranges from villains to harmless younger male characters.

Source: insight

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