14 December 2010

1st time for Yoo Ah In

nice pose :)

Name: Yoo Ah-In / Yu Ah-In
Hangul: 유아인
Birthdate: October 6, 1986
Birthplace: South Korea
University: Dankook University
Major: Theater
Height: 178cm.
Blood Type: A
Talent Agency: Star K Entertainment
Hobbies : Writting, piano, music, snowboarding, swimming

These are a bit infos from his past directors about his acting excellency skill.....

Director Noh Dong Seok (Boys of Tomorrow, 2006)

“I decided to cast Yoo Ah In within five minutes of meeting him. I asked him what kind of person he thought Jongdae was. Unlike other actors, who passionately offered their lengthy analyses, he stared out the window for a long time and suddenly said, “He’s sad.” With that one phrase, I felt Jongdae.”

“I fell for Yoo Ah In at first sight. Of course, he also had good looks. But he had an extremely different feel from the other actors whom I had met during casting. Yoo Ah In was nervous when he met me. Before his identity as an actor, he possessed twenty years of his natural self as Yoo Ah In. In contrast to his noticeably good looks, he was filled with a furious energy. When I hear the word ‘youth,’ I think of Yoo Ah In. The true main character of this movie, I think, is [not Jongdae but] Yoo Ah In.”

Director Jung Yoon Cheol (Shim’s Family, 2007)

“Yoo Ah In had come to see me in the past to audition for , and after his recent performance as Yongtae I had his name marked down. He is an actor with enormous range who can play anything from a young child to a transformed maniacal character, and his face is not only good-looking but also portrays emotions so well that it makes me wonder if he won’t be Korea’s Odagiri Joe.”

Director Min Kyu Dong (Antique, 2008)

“On the one hand, Yoo Ah In was fearsomely experienced. He already knew exactly how to act with rhythm and harmony. He was a true expert. No matter how long his lines were, just one sentence could tell you how good his rhythm was. Most rookie actors wait around for their turn in the script and then get so nervous that they mess up their first lines and everything else completely falls apart, but Yoo Ah In got it done in one stroke of the knife. That’s why I purposefully gave him long sets of lines. He’s an actor whose talent is most evident in long takes and full shots.” (Screen, December 2008 issue)

Director Oh Dal Kyun (Sky and Sea, 2009)

“But I think Yoo Ah In is better than Yoo Seung Ho. Yoo Seung Ho was young in , but Yoo Ah In was already fully an actor, so his level of understanding was higher and, more than anything else, he has a light in his eyes similar to James Dean.”

Director Kim Jung Kyu (Man Who Can’t Get Married, 2009)

Asked twice if there were any young actors for whom he had high expectations, Director Kim chose Yoo Ah In and Kim So Eun.

“Their acting skills are better than other actors their age…. Especially Yoo Ah In—-we did just one read-through of the script and I [remember thinking] he was extremely good.”


Hemm such an interesting actor :)

Thx for yooahinhaven about the information.Love u too.


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