Go Kyung-Po tells his story about “Jealousy Incarnate” and his trick to overcome nervousness to play with a very experienced actor and actress, Jo Jung-Suk and Gong Hyo-Jin. Go Kyung-Po is an actor who started his career in a comedy show “Saturday Night Live” on tvN. He was the cast member for three seasons of SNL throughout 2011-2012. His breakthrough career began when he played Sun-Woo in tvN drama “Reply 1988” which has become worldwide hits. Following his success to play a serious model student Sun-Woo role in “Reply 1988” he is recognized as a serious actor. He was then offered to play Jung-Woon in the SBS drama “Jealousy Incarnate.” The character is 10 years older than his actual 26 -year old age.
Furthermore, he has to line up with the serious and experienced actors Jo and Gong. In a recent interview with Hankook Ilbo , he revealed how he prepared himself to play well with his two seniors. “I enjoy analyzing and understanding the character while reading the script,” Go said. “I did a lot of research about characters in the movie, who is similar to Jung-Woon before playing the role.” Although his nervousness was quite noticeable in some scenes of “Jealousy Incarnate,” he tried hard to overcome that. In many intense scenes, he still needs work to polish his subtle emotions. Regardless of some obstacles, Go was able to overcome them, resulting the increase of his Korean and international fans. This month, he will have a fan meeting on December 18, as reported by Yonhap News Agency , to be held at Ilji Art Hall in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul. His fans are the ones who support his role in “Jealousy Incarnate.” Currently, there is a divide in several “Jealousy Incarnate” discussion forums for international fans between supporter of Jung-Woon and those who root for Hwa-Shin. Competition between both sides have since been intense. Watch the interview with the cast members of “Jealousy Incarnate” with English subtitle from Arirang TV below: