Park Ji Sung Joins Advisory Panel Of Footballs Intl Rule Making Body

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Park Ji-sung Joins Advisory Panel of Football's Int'l Rule-Making Body
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Park Ji-sung Joins Advisory Panel of Football's Int'l Rule-Making Body

Park Ji-sung has become the first Korean to be appointed to the advisory panel of the International Football Association Board, the sport's law-making body.

He was among 18 new panel members named on Sunday. They will be asked to weigh in when IFAB makes changes to football regulations.

On July 14, Park completed the international Master's program in management, law and humanities of sports, which is run by the Swiss Centre International d'Etude du Sports (CIES) and endorsed by FIFA.

Actor Park Sung Woong Jokes About Having Too Many Lines For The First Time In His Career In Man To Man
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Actor Park Sung Woong Jokes About Having Too Many Lines For The First Time In His Career In Man To Man

Actor Park Sung Woong shared his thoughts on his character in the upcoming drama Man to Man.

During the dramas press conference on April 18, Park Sung Woong said, I play a confident yet prickly character this time. This is my first time playing this kind of role, but I think the character has been created well and the viewers will like it.

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Man to Man is about secret agents who protect celebrities, and the hidden men that follow these skilled agents. Park Sung Woong will be playing a tough hallyu star named Yeo Woon Kwang.

Actor Park Sung Woong transforms into a super villain for 'Man to Man'!
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Actor Park Sung Woong transforms into a super villain for 'Man to Man'!

On April 20, JTBC's 'Man to Man'unveiled a set of still cuts featuring actor Park Sung Woong in his movie star role, Yeo Woon Kwang!

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Drama 'Man to Man' is a story revolving around a mysterious man (played byPark Hae Jin) with superhuman capabilities who goes undercover as a top star's bodyguard.

In the new stills, Park Sung Woong is dressed in all black from head to toe in a muscular, superhero outfit very much inspired by Batman, making a daunting, yet charismatic pose.

Park Sung Woong Goes From Charismatic To Hilarious On Ask Us Anything
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Park Sung Woong Goes From Charismatic To Hilarious On Ask Us Anything

Park Sung Woong guested on the April 22 episode of JTBCs Ask Us Anything and brought all the laughs.

He appeared with Man to Man co-star Chae Jung An as new students who transferred from Man To Man High School.

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While intimidating the cast members with the charisma hes known for, he countered their words with ad-libs of his own, proving to be a skilled entertainer. At the same time, it turned out that he wasnt such a scary person, as he did everything they told him to do, from singing to dancing.

'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.