Actor Yoon Park confessed that he was stressed because of the character of his ex-boyfriend in the drama ‘People of the Meteorological Administration’. Even stress has led to circular hair loss.
On the 9th episode of MBC’s ‘Point of Omniscient Interfere’, the daily lives of manager Park Yoon and Ji-wook Ji were drawn. On this day, Park Yoon visited his parents’ house with his manager with homemade lemon juice. Yoon Park asked his father, “Did you see ‘Meteorological Agency people’?”, and Yoon Park’s father said, “Of course I did. But the character was embarrassing,” he said jokingly.
In the recently ended JTBC ‘Meteorological Agency People: The Cruelty of In-House Dating’, Yoon Park played an active role in the role of ex-boyfriend Han Ki-joon, who brazenly shouted out loud, rather than not having an affair with his fiance of 10 years.
He described his character as “a garbage child” and “He was having an affair in the bedroom of the newlyweds. (The character in the play) does not have normal thinking, so it is difficult for people like us to act. I’d rather have a (unrealistic) psychopath role. going to the extreme. It was more difficult for me to immerse myself in the emotions because it is a character that is likely to exist.”
In response, MC Jeon Hyun-moo asked, “The people around me say that the role is perfect, but you don’t like it?” Yoon Park said, “I’m sorry to say this to the drama writer and director, but after receiving the script, I didn’t like the character, so I went to a meeting to turn it down. went. Then I was persuaded to do it, but I was so stressed by the character that I had alopecia areata.”
Yoon Park also explained the points of dissatisfaction with the character one by one. He said, “I had a girlfriend whom I had been dating for 10 years, and she was having an affair in the bedroom of her newlyweds. She broke up and married a new woman in two months,” he said, and when boos erupted around him, he quickly drew a line saying, “It’s not me, it’s a character story.”
Then, when he said, “I don’t see any signs of alopecia areata,” he said, “It’s cured now. There was circular hair loss in the front part. I didn’t know that, either, but the hairdresser knows this best, doesn’t it? She said her teacher said it looked like she had alopecia areata, so she’s been going for scalp injections since then,” she said.
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