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“I can’t call it a dance”, 78-year-old Oh Young Soo tells the story of his breakdancing at the Emma Gala

Actor Oh Young Soo, who recently became popular for breakdance after the Emmy Awards, remains humble.

While Netflix’s drama “Squid Game” made history with 6 Emmy Awards including Best Director and Best Actor, actor Oh Young Soo, now 78, became popular after showing off his dance skills at the after party. Emma’s party.

Earlier well-known American writer Meena Harris posted a 35-second video on September 13 (local time) on her Twitter account with the caption: “Oh Young Soo cut it“.

The film shows Oh Young Soo who is surrounded by people, dancing and making intense body waves, receiving tons of cheers and applause. Hearing this, Oh Young Soo replied with a radiant smile, raising his hand to thank the audience and looking confident. Apparently, it was filmed at an after party after the Emmy Awards ceremony ended.

Regarding his viral video, Oh Young Soo showed a modest appearance by telling JTBC: “I can’t call it a dance. I just got along with other people and shook my body a little. “

Meanwhile, actor Lee Jung Jae, who was next to Oh Young Soo at the time, said: “I was also excited about Oh Young Soo. I think there were more movies focused on Oh Young Soo than me because he danced passionately and beautifully.

On the other hand, at the 74th Emmy Awards, held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, USA on September 12 (local time), director Hwang Dong Hyuk (51) won the Best Director Award and actor Lee Jung Jae (50) won the Best Actor Award. Earlier, at the Emmy Awards for Drama Techniques on April 4, Squid’s Game received 4 awards, including a Guest Actress Award (Lee Yoo Mi) and a Stunt Performance Award.

During the huge achievements of “Squid Game,” President Yoon Seok Yeol sent a message of congratulations on November 13, congratulating related people and saying: “The series’ refined approach and insight into the challenges of modern society, such as inequality and the loss of opportunities, have won great sympathy from people all over the world. “

Source: nate

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