Recently, Joo Won appeared on a radio show and revealed his friendship with ‘Military Bang’ members. He said: “I think our friendship will last forever.” Adding to what the Carter actor said, Go Kyung Pyo remarked, “I am the youngest among them. We had an opportunity to perform together in the military. You quickly grow close with your military mates as you spend most of your time with them. Although we are pursuing different careers, we quickly became good friends with one another as we shared many things that we experienced in our fields of profession.”
He added, “We sometimes get together, and I’m always surprised to see them pursuing their dreams even during the times when it’s inevitable to make a compromise with reality. We talk a lot about creativeness and art. Beenzino and Taeyang sometimes give me a surprise preview of their unreleased songs, and they are just so amazing. I cannot wait to hear their new songs, and I enjoy their company.”
The actor also talked about what acting means to him, saying, “Acting is not something that can be done by one person, and I do not believe that it has anything to do with projecting subjective feelings. In the future, I would like to draw, compose music and direct a film to fully express myself. My friends help me recall my lost dreams, and I have so much respect for them.”
6/45 tells a story of North and South Korean soldiers vying for a winning lotto ticket that flew across the 38th parallel. Go Kyung Pyo plays a South Korean soldier named Chun Woo, who becomes the first person to spot the lotto ticket three months before getting discharged.