He made us hate him, sympathize with him, and eventually love and hope for his happy ending. Here are ten things about Na In Woo, the actor who portrayed Kim Byeong In in “Mr. Queen.”
1.) His real name is Na Jong Chan, but is currently known for his stage name Na In Woo.
2.) He’s actually born in 1994, and is currently only 26 years old (turning 27 on September 17). This means that — even if he’s the older brother of Kim So Yong (played by Shin Hye Sun) — he’s actually 5 years younger than Shin Hye Sun, who is born in 1989.
3.) His debut drama was in “Shine Or Go Crazy” back in 2015. He also starred in “Cinderella and the Four Knights” and “Mystic Pop-up Bar.”
4.) He can sing and play the bass guitar. He said that he often sings rock ballads to relieve his stress. In an interview, he once said “rock is my soul.” Additionally, he even starred in a musical play back in 2013.
5.) He wanted to become an actor ever since he was young. In the future he wants to try to act as a manly guy who isn’t afraid to show and pour out all of his emotions.
6.) He is under CUBE Entertainment. Some of his fellow actors under CUBE include Yook Sung Jae and Lai Guan Lin. The agency also houses k-pop groups such as BTOB, PENTAGON, (G)I-dle, and CLC. He even has an autographed album of CLC’s debut album, with all of the members’ signatures.
7.) He is known to look a bit like “Bride Of The Water God” actor Gong Myung.
8.) He also worked as a model. He was part of the 2014 Fashion Week, and filmed several CFs. He stands at 188cm (6’1ft) tall.
9.) Surprise! He can do aegyo. He also has some cute traits including not being able to give up the food that he’s eating, and thinking that sleeping in is better eating breakfast. This is because he thinks he can eat anytime, but can’t sleep in the afternoon and early evening.
10.) Unlike his character in “Mr. Queen,” Na In Woo is said to have a bright and friendly personality. Still, if he had to choose between playing a character with a happy or sad ending, he’d choose one with a sad ending. He explained that this is because “sad endings gives us lingering feelings.”