Kim Woo Bin Opens Up About His MC Times ‘M Countdown’, ‘It Was So Difficult For Me’

Kim Woo Bin Opens Up About His MC Times ‘M Countdown’, ‘It Was So Difficult For Me’

Actor Kim Woo Bin has recalled the difficult times he had while hosting Mnet’s music show M Countdown.

On April 25, Arena Homme+ released an interview video with actor Kim Woo Bin on its official YouTube channel.

In the video, Kim Woo Bin reflects on his filmography, including the dramas, films and entertainment programs he has appeared in since his modeling debut at Seoul Fashion Week in 2008 to date.

Regarding the days he was MC for “M Countdown,” Kim Woo Bin confessed: “It was so hard for me”, Attract attention. In fact, the actor worked as an MC on “M Countdown” for about six months from 2013-2014.

He explained the difficulties at the time and shared: “When a new song comes out, I have to listen to everything. Sure, there’s a command prompt and script, but sometimes they shut off because it’s a live broadcast.

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Kim Woo Bin called back and said “And I need to know the information about these singers in order to present them well. When the live performance comes, I feel like my heart will explode in the waiting room.”

Referring to a photo taken while the show was hosting, Kim Woo Bin said: “This photo is from the last show, so my face is very light. Wouldn’t I have been like, ‘I’ll get out of this pressure’?”

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Kim Woo Bin made his acting debut in 2011 with the KBS drama special White Christmas. Since then, he has starred in various popular dramas such as “The Dignity of the Lord”, “School 2013”, “The Heirs” etc. and made his name to the public. Last year he met viewers through the tvN series Our Blues.

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Kim Woo Bin will return with a Netflix Original Series titled Black Knight. “Black Knight” follows what happens on the future Korean peninsula when respirators are essential due to heavy air pollution, while legendary messenger 5-8 (Kim Woo Bin) and fugitive Sa Wol (Kang Yoo Seok) face it with Ryu Seok ( Song Seung Heon), the successor to the Cheonmyeong group that rules the world with oxygen as a weapon. It will be released exclusively on Netflix on May 12th.

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