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Yoon Shi Yoon Kena Dampak Buruk Karena Tekanan dari “Baker King Kim Tak Goo” Yoon Shi Yoon Kena Dampak Buruk Karena Tekanan dari “Baker King Kim Tak Goo”
Yoon Shi Yoon baru saja memberi penampilan spesial di universitas khusus perempuan dan bicara soal tekanan yang ia rasakan dari hit terbesarnya. Pada konferensi pers... Yoon Shi Yoon Kena Dampak Buruk Karena Tekanan dari “Baker King Kim Tak Goo”

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Yoon Shi Yoon baru saja memberi penampilan spesial di universitas khusus perempuan dan bicara soal tekanan yang ia rasakan dari hit terbesarnya.

Pada konferensi pers “Mirror of the Witch,” Yoon Shi Yoon berkata, “Kim Tak Goo bagaikan topi ajaib yang pernah kupakai. Ketika aku melepas topi itu, rasanya seolah orang-orang tak bisa melihatku.”

Ketika dia bergabung dengan “2 Days & 1 Night,” dia janji akan memberikan rating lebih dari 50 persen. “Baker King Kim Tak Goo” mendapat rating 50 persen ketika tayang.

“Projek debutku mendapatkan lebih dari 30 persen dan Kim Tak Goo mendapat lebih dari 50 persen. Bukannya senang, aku malah takut. Aku ingin sembunyi daripada mencoba dan hidup di bawah tekanan. Tapi kemudian rekanku Joo Won, Shin Se Kyung, Park Shin Hye, dan Daniel Choi terus mencoba hal baru dan melampaui rasa takut tersebut lalu berjalan di jalur mereka sendiri. Ketika aku pergi wamil, aku ingin menangis karena menyesal tidak mengikuti contoh mereka.”

Yoon Shi Yoon Reveals The Pressure From “Baker King Kim Tak Goo” Affected Him Badly

Yoon Shi Yoon recently gave a special appearance at an all-girls university and talked about the pressure he feels from his biggest hit.

At an earlier press conference for “Mirror of the Witch,” Yoon Shi Yoon said, “Kim Tak Goo was like an amazing hat that I got to wear. When I took the hat off, it left such a deep impression that sometimes people can’t see me without the hat.”

When he joined “2 Days & 1 Night,” he promised to get ratings over 50 percent. “Baker King Kim Tak Goo” got 50 percent ratings at the height of its run.

“My debut project got over 30 percent ratings and Kim Tak Goo got over 50 percent. Rather than liking it, I was terrified. I wanted to hide rather than try and live up to the pressure. But then my colleagues Joo Won, Shin Se Kyung, Park Shin Hye, and Daniel Choi kept trying new things and got over that fear and walked their own paths. When I went to the army, I wanted to cry out of regret that I didn’t follow their example.”

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