Actor Cha Tae-hyun shared a unique feeling by revealing that he is a fan of the dance contest program 'Street Woman Fighter'.
In an interview at the end of the drama 'Police Class', Cha Tae-hyun said on the 13th, "Our drama ended with a stable rating, but I was concerned about the entertainment programs of the same time period."
He confessed, "I often watch 'Superband 2' on Mondays and 'Street Woman Fighter' on Tuesdays, and I cried while watching 'Swoopa'."
Cha Tae-hyun said, "There is no other crew that cheers on 'Swoopa', and he said, "Seeing the participants in the program, I thought, 'I'm trying hard like that.' I thought, 'I have to work hard' I looked at myself,” he said.
Cha Tae-hyun continued, "I think a program like 'Swoopa' is absolutely necessary." "I think the crew who made 'Suupa' is really great. It's short, but I've never been a singer. I think it is great planning and courage to create a program that can make people become stars and put them in the forefront.”
In addition, when asked, "Can I not see myself as a singer?", Cha Tae-hyun said, "Thank you for remembering me by many people. But when I saw 'Show Me the Money', 'Super Band', and 'Swoopa', I thought that I wanted to release an album. He also replied, "But these days, there are a lot of situations where I can make an OST or a sound source, so I'm always thinking about it."
Cha Tae-hyun, who played detective Yoo Dong-man in 'Police Class', which ended on the 5th, received favorable reviews from viewers by not only running and rolling, but also portraying the side of a veteran detective with a pleasant charisma.
(Photo=KBS 'Police Class' official website, Mnet Facebook)
(SBS Entertainment News editor Jina-yoon)Keywords: cha tae-hyun, drama, police class, street woman fighter, swoopa, entertainment programs, dance contest program, feeling, interview, album, crew, program, situations, rating, planning