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  • Cho Min Ki: ‘I Wanted to Be Actor Since Junior High’
  • [2010-06-03]
  • Actor Cho Min Ki, who has recently become famous in Japan since the drama “The Great Queen Seondeok” was introduced there, was invited to a beauty pageant to select a Japanese representative for the “2010 Miss Korea Beauty Pageant” held at Nakano Zero Grand Hall in Japan on May 30.




    In a press conference held before the event, Cho Min Ki said, “The photo exhibition entitled ‘Live A…Frica’ has received a positive response in Tokyo, so the exhibition period has been extended to June 15, though it was originally planned to be finished on May 29. I did not expect that I could exhibit photos in Japan, but I think I was lucky. I want to keep having exhibitions in Japan if I can have the chance.”

    He continued, “I have enjoyed traveling alone since 14 years ago, so the camera has become a good traveling companion. These days, I go on trips to take photos. I usually like to photograph the scenery and people wherever I go.”

    Cho Min Ki said about his Japanese fan club (http://www.chominki.jp), which is planned to open on June 21, “As dramas such as ‘East of Eden’ and ‘The Great Queen Seondeok’ are loved by Japanese fans, I was able to come to Japan, and I really appreciate that I can have my own fan club in Japan. Since my second year of junior high school, I only wanted to be an actor -- I did not have any other future goal except that.”

    Cho Min Ki will play a teacher of four handsome students of Confucianism named Jeong Yak Yong in the drama “SungKyunKwan Scandal,” which has become a hot topic as a member of Dong Bang Shin Ki, Micky Yoochun, has been cast as the main lead.
     

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