Im Siwan is probably one of those gems from the pool of K-pop idols who has found their true calling in acting. Of course, hes well-remembered and loved for debuting under the group ZE:A in 2010 (which also has skilled actors like Park Hyung Sik and Kim Dong Jun). At first glance, Siwan looks like your typical pretty boy next door: clean cut, handsome face, and gentle features. Hes not your typical brooding leading man whos usually tall, muscular, and manly. In fact, he mostly looks like the underdog. But what makes him a force to be reckoned with is the depth of his acting — there is a maturity that belies his young age and his good looks. With his chameleon-like acting skills, he is able to transcend idol-turned-actor stereotypes and make big-time directors and viewers take notice. Here are some of his groundbreaking dramas and films:
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This artist took their love of Studio Ghibli to the next level with these amazing poster creations.
Jordan Bolton is a photographic poster artist from the UK who makes beautiful and extremely detailed posters of four different Studio Ghibli films!
Every item in each poster was precisely arranged in a way to reflect the mood of the film. In the first poster, Jordan chose the 2001 film Spirited Away, and with the iconic No-Face mask in the center, and other iconic imagery around it.
After the successful run of his drama "Defendant," Ji Sung is reportedly considering a role in a film opposite actor Cho Seung Woo in a historical film. The report has been confirmed by the management of both actors.
According to a report by Soompi, Namoo Actors and Good Man Story Entertainment, who handle Ji Sung and Cho Seung Woo's careers, respectively, stated that they received offers for their clients to star in the film. The film is entitled "Great Site" that will revolve around the fate of the person who will become king.
Actor Park Hae Jin, who is the lead in the upcoming JTBC drama Man to Man, recently completed a photo shoot with Esquire.
Regarding his role as the undercover agent Kim Sul Woo in his upcoming drama, Park Hae Jin said, This is the first character Ive taken on in 10 years through which I was able to act however I wanted to. Thats how fun working on this project was. It was really strange when filming ended for the drama and suddenly people were no longer referring to me as Sul Woo.'
Actress Oh Yoon Ah appeared as a guest on the April 19 broadcast of MBC's 'Radio Star'!
Having played several villainous roles, the actress commented, "I feel burdened when I get asked to act as the villain. So before I get into character, I think to myself that only sexy and pretty actresses get to be the villain."
Oh Yoon Ah went on, "Even my mother was shocked at my acting. She tells me to quit opening my eyes so widely."
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