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ZE:A’s Park Hyung Sik Shares on Ending ‘What’s With This Family?’

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2015.02.17 15:08 Newsen Lee Min Ji Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

ZE:A’s Park Hyung Sik shared on ending What’s With This Family?.

Having acted as ‘Cha Dal Bong’ in KBS 2TV’s What’s With This Family?, who went from being an immature maknae to a mature son who took over the family business, Park Hyung Sik shared his thoughts on ending the drama on February 17.

Park Hyung Sik said, “I was happy to have lived as Dal Bong for more than six months. I was able to feel and learn many things as I worked on the drama. I think that the reason many people showed their love is because they were able to learn and sympathize about family and life through this drama, like I did. The more I think that I would not be able to meet another project like this in the future, the more I feel honored and thankful.”

ZE:A’s Park Hyung Sik Shares on Ending ‘What’s With This Family?’

He continued, “I heard that many people were frustrated and clicked their tongues watching Dal Bong, who was a troublemaker, immature and dopey, but thank you for showing your love for him until the end, as the adorable youngest son. Dear director and writer, who allowed me to live as Dal Bong, the staff members who allowed Dal Bong to come out well on screen and teachers and seniors who taught me so many things! I would like to sincerely thank all those who helped me out. Thank you. I love you.”

Park Hyung Sik has acted as various characters through KBS 2TV’s Drama Special, tvN’s Nine, SBS’s The Heirs and more. He played Dal Bong in What’s With This Family?, dynamically acting out the character growing up from being an immature maknae to a mature son, touching the hearts of many viewers.

Photo credit: Star Empire

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