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Cho Seung-woo Learns the Latest Slang From His Juniors

2018/09/19 | 863 views | Permalink | Source

Kakao TV broadcasted "Chewing Chat", a live broadcast of director Park Hee-gon and actors Cho Seung-woo, Kim Sung-kyun, Yoo Jae-myung, and Lee Won-geun from "Fengshui".

Cho Seung-woo was told he never gets old, but he denied it. He had revealed once that his favorite breakfast was oatmeal cereal once and reporters asked if that was his secret to looking young, but he said he doesn't eat it anymore.

Cho Seung-woo said, "I eat apples in the morning. I'm very careful to say this because once I said I eat red ginseng in the morning and everyone sent me red ginseng everything from candy to jelly to juice. It was tough. Now I won't eat apples".

Reporters asked him if he knew the latest slang and he said, "I think I know. 'Eom-geun-jin' means 'strict, serious and sincere'". Everyone seemed surprised and he said, "My juniors teach me the latest slang so I don't get left behind".

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