[Munhwa News MHN Jung Halim reporter] Park Seo-joon, who recently starred in 'Itaewon Class', appears in Esquire Korea, promoting luxury business lifestyle brand 'Montblanc'.
In a recent interview with Esquire Korea Park Seo-joon revealed that 'Itaewon Class' was a starting point in his life. He stated, "I wanted to change things in terms of genre. There's a lot of genre cliches in it, but its Park Sae-ro-yi's growth that's the most important," and continued, "I began to think a lot about how Park Sae-ro-yi's own words may effect society." Park Seo-joon "didn't always think much about societal issues, but that wasn't the case for Sae-ro-yi. I began to think more about societal issues while filming." He added on, "'Itaewon Class' was less of a turning point and more a reset," and stated that "it was a point where I took a look back on my short acting career."
Park Seo-joon showcased Montblanc's watches, bags, smartphones, and more as their promotional model.
The promotional material will be shown on both Esquire Korea magazine, and on their website.
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