Park Hae Jin Says He Finally Found A Role Thats Right For Him In Esquire

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Park Hae Jin says he finally found a role that's right for him in 'Esquire'
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Park Hae Jin says he finally found a role that's right for him in 'Esquire'

Actor Park Hae Jin recently posed for fashion magazine 'Esquire', where he talked about his latest JTBC drama 'Man To Man.'

When asked how he felt about acting as secret agent Kim Seol Woo, Park Hae Jin replied, "I finally found a character that I can act out in versatile ways after ten years. Likewise, I had so much fun filming the drama. Once the shooting had ended, I felt as if the set disappeared before my very eyes, making me dazed."

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Park Hae Jin Talks About How His Role In Man To Man Stands Out From His Other Roles
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Park Hae Jin Talks About How His Role In Man To Man Stands Out From His Other Roles

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.'

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Park Hyung Sik Shares Which Actor Played A Role In His Decision To Sign With New Agency
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Park Hyung Sik Shares Which Actor Played A Role In His Decision To Sign With New Agency

Park Hyung Sik, who recently wrapped up his successful run in the role of gaming company CEO Ahn Min Hyuk in the popular JTBC drama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon, revealed in an interview who influenced his decision to sign with his new agency.

A few weeks ago, it was officially announced that Park Hyung Sik signed a contract with United Artists Agency (UAA), which houses star actors like Yoo Ah In and Song Hye Kyo. Although the actor received a great number of love calls from various agencies, he explained, I am now just beginning [my career as an actor]. As I moved agencies, I thought my first venture into this part of the industry was the most important and I wanted [to sign on with] an agency that would carefully consider every step in my career. UAA did a lot to meet my wishes, which is why I came to the decision to the join UAA.

Park Hyung Sik Eyes Tough Guy Role For Next Project; Signs With Song Hye Kyo's Agency UAA For Next Phase Of Career
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Park Hyung Sik Eyes Tough Guy Role For Next Project; Signs With Song Hye Kyo's Agency UAA For Next Phase Of Career

After the success of "Hwarang" and "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon," Park Hyung Sik is looking for a different role for his future project. The ZE:A member said that he wants to take on a tough guy role instead of the typical hero in a romantic comedy trope.

According to a report by Korea Portal, Park Hyung Sik said that he is considering a role that is different from his previous projects as he wanted to challenge himself as an actor. He said that his previous projects were part of his learning process. He said he started to feel maturity as an actor while working on historical drama "Hwarang" but his role in "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" marked his first leading role.

'Bad Guys' Season 2 News: 'Man To Man' Star Park Sung Woong Offered Lead Role In 'Bad Guys: Age Of Evil'
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'Bad Guys' Season 2 News: 'Man To Man' Star Park Sung Woong Offered Lead Role In 'Bad Guys: Age Of Evil'

Fans of OCN's "Bad Guys" who have been patiently waiting for its sequel may be disappointed to learn that the second season being produced by OCN not a sequel, but a spinoff. This means that motley crew of Mad Dog's convicts turned police investigators will be no more and instead, a new team will be formed with a slightly different concept.

It was earlier reported by Kpopstarz that OCN was getting ready to shoot with the original team - writer Han Jung Hoon, PD Han Dong Hwa, as well as original cast members Kim Sang Joong, Park Hae Jin, Ma Dong Seok, Jo Dong Hyuk and Kang Ye Won to pick up the story from where the original series left off. It can be recalled that the idea of a sequel was teased at the ending when Mad Dog Oh Gu Tak (Kim Sang Joong) was seen as he was being released from prison to consult on a complicated case being handled by the police. "Train to Busan" star Ma Dong Seok, who played underground thug Park Un Cheol in "Bad Guys" Season 1 also teased a return during the BTS clip where he said they wanted to come back for Season 2.