‘South Korean Foreigners’ Jung Eun-pyo “Park Bo-gum, who didn’t have a face-to-face meeting, sent me a handwritten letter” story revealed

In “South Korean Foreigners”, Jung Eun-pyo shared his story with Park Bo-gum.

MBC Every1’s “South Korean Foreigners,” which will air on the 23rd, will feature actors Jung Eun-pyo, Kim Hee-jung, Shin Seung-hwan and Miyeon of (G)I-DLE in a quiz battle.

Jung Eun-pyo, who made his debut in the 1990 play “The Chancellor,” has been loved by the public as a licorice actor while traveling between movies and dramas. In particular, Jung Eun-pyo, who shows good acting chemistry with male actors, became a big issue with his “honey chemistry” with Kim Soo-hyun in “The Moon Embracing the Sun”.

When MC Kim Yong-man asked if there was any male actor he wanted to work with in the future, Jung Eun-pyo picked Park Bo-gum. “I don’t know her in person, but my daughter once said on TV that she liked Park Bo-gum. After seeing it, Park Bo-gum sent me an autographed DVD of his work and a long handwritten letter,” he said.

“My daughter was very happy to receive his letter. If I were to appear with Park Bo-gum someday, he would be a king and I would be a eunuch and a master, but I thought I would sincerely serve him to repay his kindness.”

Meanwhile, Hina from the newly debuted rookie girl group ‘LIGHTSUM’ joined the Korean foreign team. Hina, who chose “Korean Foreigners” as her first broadcast in her life, started boosting the morale of the foreign team with her high-quality ballet skills and rookie passion that she majored in for 12 years.

Luxury actor Jung Eun-pyo’s quiz challenge can be found on MBC Every1’s “South Korean Foreigners” at 8:30 p.m. on the 23rd (Wednesday).

[Sung Jeong-eun, Star Today reporter]

Photo courtesy of MBC Every1 ‘Foreigners in Korea’
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