IU And Song Kang Ho Came With Several Other ‘Broker’ Players To Promote The Film’s Premiere. On The Red Carpet, IU’s Two Dresses Seemed To Be Stepped On By Song Kang Ho.
Song Kang Ho was caught stepping on IU ‘s dress when they were on the red carpet of the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. Not only one dress, apparently the senior actor stepped on IU’s 2 dresses and his portrait went viral.
In a recent interview, IU revealed that she was aware of a viral portrait showing Song Kang Ho stepping on his two dresses in the same place. The funny thing is that the 1993-born singer actually kept the portrait.
IU initially said, “I had the opportunity to have a long conversation with Song Kang Ho at Cannes twice. In the end, he said that a film cannot be recognized unless everyone does well.”
“He said that he was impressed. As someone who took part in trying to give the ball to the staff and other actors fairly, I’m just grateful. I’m happy that he told me to think about it and enjoy it,” added IU.
IU then said, “I was told that dresses of a slightly longer length would look good in photos. Especially, the second dress I wore was long, so I almost carried it everywhere just in case it would annoy others. If the opportunity comes before I died, so I thought I should prepare a short dress.”
On the other hand, Song Kang Ho in another interview admitted that he did not realize that his feet had stepped on IU’s dress. “I don’t even know how to step on the dress. I saw the picture, but I’m very sorry,” vented Song Kang Ho.
IU and Song Kang Ho came along with several other “Broker” cast to promote the film’s premiere at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. “Broker” was also nominated for the Palme d’Or award.
But “Broker” failed to bring home the winning trophy. However, Song Kang Ho succeeded in setting new history by winning the Best Actor award for his role in the film “Broker”.
This achievement made Song Kang Ho the first Korean man to win an acting award at a historic film festival. Previously, Jeon Do Yeon was the first Korean to get an acting prize in 2007 when she won Best Actress for her emotional performance in “Secret Sunshine”.