Let’s see Kim Soo In and Moon Woo Jin in “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”! Both child actors made Korean netizens excited! Do you like them?
Child actors Kim Soo-In and Moon Woo Jin gave life to the younger versions of Moon Kang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) and Ko Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji) in “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay.” They made a powerful impression on their performance.
The latest episode of the K-drama series showed the lifetime of Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji with their respective families. It wasn’t a contented and well-lived life as what they experienced pain from their parents. Kang Tae cannot forget how Moon Young saved his life when he was drowning. Since that day, they marked an area in their heart the face that provides light to their lonely childhood.
The young Kang Tae (Moon Woo Jin) felt a large responsibility that his late mother conditioned him: to require care of his brother. There was less affection that he got from his mother, which gave him a sense of self-pity and low self-esteem.
His brother Sang Tae, who has ASD or Autism Spectrum Disorder, could be a huge fan of Moon Young’s work. Growing up, all that matters is that the safety and care that they furnish to Sang Tae. he’s left with no option to support and provides unconditional like to him.
Moon Woo Jin played the younger Kang Tae
He is managed by T1 Entertainment, along with other child actors Jeon Jin Seo of “The World of the Married,” and Jung Hyeon Jun, who played the younger version of Lee Min Ho in “The King: Eternal Monarch.”
Moon Woo Jin is thought of as a famous child actor in the Republic of Korea. He played the younger versions of popular actors like Park Seo Joon (“What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim”), Cha Eun Woo (“Gangnam Beauty”), and Seo Kang Joon (“Watcher”).
His acting performance because the young Kim Soo Hyun in “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” is heart-wrenching. In his simple way and tiny moments, he gives a connection of the past to this.
He is also a ballerina, and in five years from his debut in 2016 up to this, he has appeared in additional than 20 characters in dramas and films. He will appear within the upcoming “Train To Busan” movie sequel, “Peninsula”.
Kim Soo-In played a younger Ko Moon Young
Captivating Child Actors Kim Soo-in And Moon Woo Jin in “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”
At a young age, she was already featured in 12 K-dramas and one film. Soo-In‘s big break is in her role as a younger version of Shin Ye Eun in “He Is Psychometric.” She also joined the cast of “A Piece Of Your Mind.”
Her performance and expressive eyes in “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” gave the persona of an aloof and cold-hearted child – the behavior of a low-spirited and having a tragic childhood made a powerful impression. She connected the emotions from the past to the present.
Growing up, she was conditioned by her mother that her life revolves only inside the castle, that meeting anyone outside is forbidden and nobody deserves to be part of her world.