‘My Little Old Boy’ Shin Seong-rok “Because of the nickname ‘KakaoTalk Dog’, the villain becomes cute…I want to catch the person who made it”

[Intern reporter Shin Hyo-won, Daily Economy Star Today]

Shin Seong-rok of ‘My Little Old Boy’ said about the nickname ‘KakaoTalk Dog’.

Actor Shin Seong-rok appeared as a special MC in the SBS entertainment program ‘My Little Old Boy’, which aired on the 28th.

On this day, MC Seo Jang-hoon asked Shin Seong-rok, “Is there any black history that you want to clarify or erase out of the Internet?” Shin Seong-rok referred to a KakaoTalk Dog that resembled him and said, “I really wanted to catch the person who gave me that nickname for the first time.”

Shin Seong-rok appeared in the SBS drama ‘My Love from the Star’, which ended in February 2014, in the role of Lee Jae-kyung, the successor of the S&C group, a psychopath who is a well-known business man, but a psychopath covered in a thorough mask. At that time, an online community posted a topic titled ‘Shin Seong-rok-like KakaoTalk Dog’.

He confessed, “I was seriously acting as a villain with a very method. I was expecting ‘I have a prime time coming’ because of that role, but the picture was attached while acting as a villain, so it became very funny and cute.”

At first glance, he said, “People who can’t remember my name as it passed. They called me ‘KakaoTalk dog’. He said it was a dog, so I feel a little so. It wasn’t good.”

On the other hand, ‘My Little Old Boy’ is a program in which the mother becomes a speaker, observes the son’s daily life, and records the moment through a device called a parenting diary. It airs every Sunday at 9:05 pm.


PhotosㅣSBS broadcasting screen

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