Kim Young Dae Dishes on ‘The Forbidden Marriage,’ Working on His First Historical Series, and More

kim young dae interview
kim young dae interview
Credit: Cosmopolitan Korea

Kim Young Dae posed for the pictorial for Cosmopolitan Korea under the “genreless” theme.

In the interview that followed the photoshoot, the actor dished on his new drama The Forbidden Marriage. Mentioning his character Yi Hun, Kim Young Dae shared, “He’s an unprecedented male character. He’s more sickly and nerdy than cool, to the point where I think, ‘How is he the male lead?’ He’s far from the typical male character, and he cries all the time.”

So is he enjoying playing such an interesting role? “It’s refreshing in a way,” the actor answered. “It was an era when an immature king could do as he pleased. On the set, the director calls me ‘the golden kid’ (another term for a problematic kid). And of course, he means the character (and not me).”

kim young dae interview
Credit: Cosmopolitan Korea
kim young dae interview
Credit: Cosmopolitan Korea

Stressing that he’s always wished to appear in the historical genre, Kim Young Dae shared that he’s found his love for horseback riding. “It was scary at first because it was faster than what I imagined, but as I kept riding it even while thinking that I might fall off, that fear disappeared.”

His partner in The Forbidden Marriage is Park Ju Hyun. “Sung Kyung, whom I worked with in Sh**ting Stars, is also energetic, but Ju Hyun is on another level,” the actor commented.

Afterward, Kim Young Dae showed his love for his job as an actor. “It’s always so new,” he said. “I can never get used to it. Every time, I feel like it’s so difficult, and I can’t adapt, and I’m always anxious when I start (a new project). But that works as an advantage for me. Because in other words, it’s a job that energizes me. I get bored easily, you know.”

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