Cha Eun Woo showed off his perfect looks and body in the new pictorial for W Korea.
After the photoshoot, the artist sat down for an interview. “I am loyal,” he opened up. “I feel the weight of how I want to embrace and lead my people. It’s not that I’ll give away everything I have or blindly take care of others. But if good things happen to them, good things might happen to me too.” He added, “I get really mad when I hear bad things said about the people I care about. At those times… I can’t wash away the frustration.”
The first thing that comes to mind when you think about Cha Eun Woo is probably his handsome looks. “I always appreciate compliments about my looks,” the actor said. “On the other hand, there was a time when I had a strong desire to be appreciated other than my appearance. I think I was like that until two years ago.” He then went no, “But now it’s a little different. Rather than categorizing what I’m recognized for, I just have to keep working hard on the path that I choose. If I do that, someday, the recognition and evaluation will follow.”
Earlier this year, Cha Eun Woo had a long break for the first time since his debut. When all the cameras were off, he traveled to LA, Las Vegas, and Hawaii. “I thought I was a planner, but turns out I wasn’t. I liked to be spontaneous.”
After finishing filming the movie Decibel and the drama Island, he’s not shooting A Good Day to be a Dog (working title). Amid his busy schedule, when does he feel the happiest? “When I’m going home after work,” Cha Eun Woo replied. “After finishing a particularly tough and bothersome day, I’ll sit in the car and open the window to let the wind blow on my face… (on days like that) I want to swallow up the wind.”