On the 12th, Channel A's 'Best Friend Documentary - Four-Person Table' (hereafter 'Four-Person Table') featured actor Noh Ju-hyeon, who spends more than half of his week at his cafe & restaurant located in Anseong, Gyeonggi-do.
For the Lunar New Year, he invited actors Lee Young-ha, Choi Jung-yoon, and No Hyeong-wook, whom he wished to see.
During the show, No revealed, "I originally built a villa here and stayed alone. It's been 14 years since I started running the cafe." The cafe displayed photographs from old projects on one side. Reflecting on the past, No said, "At that time, we were living worse than North Korea. The national income was at its lowest. Since we debuted in the 1960s, broadcasting stations recycled shooting tapes to save resources. Other works were filmed on the tapes used for those projects."
In front of the cafe, the reservoir landscape that captivated No 30 years ago unfolds. Sharing the beauty with many others, No created the cafe 14 years ago. He invited his close friends to his hideout, which is filled with art reflecting his taste and posters from projects he participated in, including the drama 'Descendants of the Sun'. "They shot it at our house. They asked if they could use it, and I agreed," No remarked, eliciting envy from Lee Young-ha, the first to arrive.
Furthermore, No boasted about the 800-pyeong (approximately 2,630 square meters) land he purchased to enjoy his retirement, equivalent to the price of two large apartments in the 1990s. No, who opened a restaurant five years ago, smiled, saying, "It even earns me some pocket money."