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Responsibility, according to the man, is something that one learns to pick up from show business.“If you’re an actor, you get to live another person’s life. But I think it’s very important for an actor to show this imaginary person as if he’s a real figure to the audience. I believe responsibility really changes and develops lots of things in my life,” he concludes.He’s been appearing in a number of movies and drama series since then.But don’t bank on him dismissing his theatre background.But then again, Jo’s romantic side is a well-known trait to girlfriend singer Gummy.The popular vocalist – who contributed to the soundtrack of K-dramas such as – once revealed in an interview that Jo has the ability to make her feel infinitely loved and pampered.But 2012 would be his breakout year, starring in two high-profile projects.
In 2011 he landed his first television role on cable series What's Up as an awkward but talented music student.His versatility was further showcased by the television series "The King 2 Hearts", "You're the Best, Lee Soon Shin" and "Oh My Ghostess", as well as films "The Face Reader" and "My Love, My Bride". , South Korean actor Jo Jung-suk was the more reserved of the fun travel bunch.Jo's display of versatility and screen presence in those projects caused a surge in mainstream popularity for the actor, resulting in close to twenty offers for films and TV series, not to mention commercials.He next starred in big-screen comedy Almost Che, loosely based on a real-life incident from 1985, in which student activists forcibly occupied the US Cultural Center in Seoul and had a standoff with the police.