Actor Yoon Yeo-jeong received a rude question from foreign media at a press conference immediately after the Academy Awards, but tactfully responded.

On the afternoon of the 25th (local time), during a backstage interview at the 93rd Academy Awards, a foreign journalist asked "What kind of smell did it smell?" from Brad Pitt, who gave the Best Supporting Actress Award to Yoon Yeo-jung.

Yoon Yeo-jeong, who received a somewhat rude question, responded with a close word saying, "I didn't smell him. I'm not a dog."

“I didn't believe Brad Pitt because he was a movie star to me, too.” “That moment was'blackout'.'Where am I?' 'Are you talking well?' And kept asking my friend,” he recalled at the time.

At the 93rd Academy Awards held that day, Yoon Yeo-jung was the first Korean actor to receive the Best Supporting Actress Award. The award drew attention by Brad Pitt, who is also the founder of A24, the production company of'Minari'.

Yoon Yeo-jung recalled the moment of calling at a press conference and thanked him, "Brad Pitt didn't mispronounce my name. I could see that I practiced a lot (to say my name correctly)."

Also, when asked what genre would you choose if you were filming a movie with Brad Pitt, he laughed, "I don't even dream of such a thing because I don't speak English and I'm too old. It's an impossible dream, so I have nothing to answer."

After being called by Brad Pitt as the Best Supporting Actor Award winner, Yoon Yeo-jung dropped a nurse and turned the awards ceremony into a sea of ​​laughter, saying, "It's nice to meet you finally. Where were you when we filmed'Buttercup'?"

(SBS Entertainment News reporter Kim Ji-hye)