Strong Woman Do Bong Soon actor Park Hyun Sik reveals his ideal type, close friend and more

The actor also sent a message to his ZE:A member, Kwanghee who is enlisted in the army currently

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Park Hung-sik in an official still from 'Strong Woman Do Bong Soon.' Drama

The "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" actor, Park Hyun Sik, recently appeared on the show "Section TV Entertainment Relay" and revealed about his ideal type and much more. According to Soompi, on April 23, the 25-year-old actor came as a guest on the MBC's show and during the interview, he that all his friends freaked out when they got to know that he will be working with Park Bo Young.

Responding to the question of the reporter, who asked if anyone was jealous of his latest project, he said, "While I was filming 'Hwarang,' I worked with many actors close to my age. When they found out that I was going to be working with Park Bo Young, they freaked out in our group chat."

When the young actor was asked about his ideal type he said, "I like someone who I can protect, and I find it attractive when they are passionate about their work and go for what they want." Well, his ideal type sounded a lot like Bong Soon. Seems like, the new drama influenced Hyun Sik and he wants a similar kind of a girl.

The actor also sent a message to his ZE:A member, Kwanghee, who is enlisted in the army currently. Hyun Sik said, "Kwanghee called me right as he was about to enlist in the army, but I couldn't answer the phone because I was in the middle of filming. I want to tell him to stay healthy and I hope he does well in the army."

Hyun Sik also revealed about a close friend as a person to whom he goes whenever he is free. The actor said that during his free time he definitely tries to meet ZE:A member Im Siwan.

He said, "I talk with Siwan about a lot of the obstacles I face as an actor. For example, I recently asked him how I should approach a director when I have a question or problem with an upcoming scene."

The actor also congratulated Siwan for getting an invitation to the Cannes film festival, 2017.

This article was first published on April 23, 2017