Park Bo Gum
Pictured: Park Bo Gum in Facebook/Moonlight Drawn by Clouds

Park Bo Gum, who is currently winning hearts with his portrayal of crown prince Lee Yeong in "Moonlight Drawn by Clouds," recently opened up to Elle about his ideal life partner, saying he wants someone who takes care of him.

"I think I like those who feel comfortable like a friend, and also take good care of me like a mother," he said. Park Bo Gum is currently single and he seems to be busy filming Korean historical drama "Moonlight Drawn by Clouds," which has been receiving rave reviews from both critics and fans alike.

Park Bo Gum's co-star Kim Yoo Jung also opened up about working with him in the series, saying he helped her get comfortable while filming. Now, they are like siblings, she revealed during an interview with Elle.

"Filming is difficult," she told Elle. "Not only do I have to wear hanbok, but because I'm playing a man, I had to compress my chest. The first shoot was so hard that I wanted to run away. But now I'm enjoying each day. All the actors and staff are having fun filming."

She continued: "Park Bo Gum oppa is really good to me. We're like siblings. Before we started production, we wanted to get close to each other so we did script readings together and went out to eat, but it felt awkward. When filming started, becoming closer happened naturally as we went through the difficulties together."

"Moonlight Drawn by Clouds" airs Mondays and Tuesdays on KBS2. On Friday, the network will be airing a special broadcast of the drama that will contain shortened versions of episodes one through eight and behind-the-scenes clips.

The special broadcast will begin at 11:40 a.m. KST.