Reply 1988’s “Sun Woo” looks weird now!
Before arguing whether Jung Hwan or Choi Taek is suitable to be the man in Duk Sun’s life (Hyeri) in Reply 1988, our heroine once had a crush on another boy – Sun Woo (Go Kyung). Pyo). As Duk Sun’s first crush, Sun Woo is also a crush in the hearts of the audience because he has all the right qualities of the people in the legend. He is the student who always has the top achievements, the best friend who does his best for his friends, the understanding, filial son, the model brother in the family and also the young but innocent boyfriend. warm and sweet. Compared to all the characters in Reply 1988, Sun Woo is the only one who is perfect in every way and also has an extremely complete ending.
Taking on the role of Sun Woo that year was young actor Go Kyung Pyo. Thanks to this role, Go Kyung Pyo began to be known more, becoming a popular face for a while. Unfortunately, after the “Reply 1988” fever, although Go Kyung Pyo regularly reappears in highly-rated works, he did not have a breakthrough in popularity. Works like Chicago Typewriter, Cross, Private Lives,… all have good quality but were not commercially successful, making Go Kyung Pyo’s recognition not increase much. Talented, handsome, but Go Kyung Pyo still seems to have not found the work of his life.
In the near future, Go Kyung Pyo will reappear in the movie “Seoul Vibe” with Yoo Ah In – his good co-star from the Chicago Typewriter era. In the movie teaser images, the audience was surprised with his makeover. Originally nailed with the image of a good and elegant boy, this time, Go Kyung Pyo suddenly broke with the style of “the people of that time”. The interesting point is that Seoul Vibe is also set in Seoul in 1988 like Reply 1988, but Go Kyung Pyo is no longer the typical Sun Woo.
Go Kyung Pyo (white shirt – standing) with the image of “brother and sister”
Go Kyung Pyo and Yoo Ah In reunited after Chicago Typewriter but the pose this time is weird
In Seoul Vibe, Go Kyung Pyo plays the sentimental Woo Sam, a member of the Samgyedong team, a team of talented drivers involved in a scheme to rob VIP funds. The film, set in 1988, has been described as “unimaginably epic” with thrilling car chases occurring on the streets of Seoul.
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