Original title: Almost blind and still insisting on commenting on Beijing Winter Olympics 60-year-old Korean actor: I want to pass on the touch
Korean actor Song Seung-hwan
Overseas Network, January 5th On January 4, the Beijing Winter Olympics ushered in a 30-day countdown to the opening. On the same day, South Korea’s KBS TV station held a report team symposium. At the meeting, the nearly blind 60-year-old actor Song Chenghuan said that despite his poor eyesight, he would still guard the big screen and explain the opening and closing ceremonies of the Beijing Winter Olympics to convey fun and touch.
Song Chenghuan is 64 years old and has an acting career for 50 years. He has appeared in film and television works such as “The Men of the Bathhouse Boss”. He is not only an old drama player, but also served as the chief director of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea and the commentator of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Due to eye diseases, Song Chenghuan is currently at risk of blindness. He can only see objects within 30 cm. However, he still decided to serve as the commentator for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Beijing Winter Olympics. Song Chenghuan said that fortunately, he can watch the rehearsal in advance, and when he needs an explanation, he can sit in front of the big screen and work without any major problems.
Song Chenghuan also said that he believes that the opening and closing ceremonies are like a short TV show that can show the world the history and culture of a country with an impact. He is currently studying Chinese culture and history. After arriving at the scene, he will also study the media guide carefully, understand the performance and design ideas of the opening and closing ceremonies, so as to help the audience feel the fun of the opening and closing ceremonies of the Beijing Winter Olympics during the explanation. And moved. (Overseas Network Liu Qiang)