Yoo Su Bin is an actor who has appeared in several dramas (“Prison Playbook,” “Live,” “The Ghost Detective,” “Legal High,” “Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo,” among others) but became popular through his comedic role as a North Korean soldier in the hit drama “Crash Landing on You.” He also appeared in the drama “Start-Up.”
His first filming for “Master in the House” took place at his own home and showed a little of his daily life. During this segment, he made a phone call to someone he called, “Bae Boss,” which turned out to be (Bae) Suzy, who starred in the drama “Start-Up.”
Yoo Su Bin said, “You worked with Lee Seung Gi, right?” (Suzy and Lee Seung Gi worked together in “Vagabond.”) He asked her for information on the members, and Suzy amusingly replied, “Lee Seung Gi likes to be praised.” Yang Se Hyung, who was watching this segment later, agreed and said, “Everyone likes being praised, but Lee Seung Gi particularly enjoys it.”
Yoo Su Bin also asked Suzy, “When am I the funniest?” and she quipped, “When you pass gas?” He replied, “I’ll do my best.” Asked for more advice, Suzy protested, “It’s been 10 years since I was on [the variety show] ‘Invisible Youth,’” but added, “It’s important to prepare a lot of skills.” As a result, Yoo Su Bin showed off his impressions of Lee Kwang Soo, Swings, and Simon Dominic, as well as dancing to STAYC’s “ASAP.”
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