Child Actor Kim Kang Hoon Shares He’s Already Suffered Through A Mental Slump At 9-Years-Old
Child actor Kim Kang Hoon gets real on an upcoming episode of Radio Star.
In the upcoming episode of MBC‘s Radio Star, child actor Kim Kang Hoon makes a guest appearance with numerous other stars to talk about their lives. During his time on the show, the actor discussed his impressive 9-year career, despite only being 13-years-old.
The child actor impressed the nation with his acting abilities in numerous different productions, such as Mr. Sunshine and When the Camellia Blooms, which became his breakout production for his portrayal of Pilgu. Kim Kang Hoon debuted on a variety show when he was just 4-years-old, and he made his official acting debut just a year later. Due to his adorable visuals and stellar acting skills, the young actor has been cast consistently for numerous productions.
In the preview for the upcoming episode, the actor shared his early on-set slump that he has gone through at his young age due to his almost decade long experience in the industry.
At 9-years-old, I experienced a slump.
— Kim Kang Hoon
The adorable actor also shared that during his time filming When the Camellia Blooms, he grew almost 3 inches.
During ‘When the Camellia Blooms,’ I grew 7cm (~3 inches.) Now I am 159cm (5’2.)
— Kim Kang Hoon
Kim Kang Hoon has impressed us time and time again with his incredible acting abilities at his young age. His resume of productions is packed for 2021, as he is currently in tvN‘s Mouse and will be in the upcoming SBS drama, Racket Boys. He is also in the mystery-thriller film, Recalled, which will be premiering tomorrow.
Kim Kang Hoon’s Radio Star episode releases on April 21, so be on the lookout for that.