Super Junior member Choi Si-won, who recently starred in TV series "Oh! My Lady," has confessed that he had never dreamed of becoming a singer or an actor.
"It was not my dream to be a singer," the singer said during an appearance on KBS2 TV's celebrity talk show "Win Win," which aired Tuesday evening. "I just had the dream that I wanted to make my name known quickly and becoming a celebrity was the fastest way to do that, so I went to an entertainment agency."
Choi, 23, debuted in December 2005 as one of the 13 members of idol group Super Junior, which quickly became one of the most successful K-pop acts throughout Asia. He is also a member of sub-group Super Junior-M, which focuses its activities in the Chinese market.
He has also crossed over to acting, appearing in dramas "Eighteen, Twenty-Nine" (KBS2, 2005) and "Spring Waltz" (KBS2, 2006). He also had a supporting role in war epic "A Battle of Wits" (2006) alongside top Hong Kong star Andy Lau.
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