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Jung Hae In: An oppa on the rise

K-Drama has its new eye candy and he’s in town for a limited fan event to celebrate a career milestone. Yes, South Korean actor Jung Hae-In is finally getting the attention he deserves.

Jung Hae In
It took four years before he debuted with his first lead role in JTBC Entertainment drama Something in the Rain that wrapped up in May.

He first came out in television drama series as Choi Kang In in Bride of the Century (2014) as a cold son of a haunted family. Then, he appeared as Joo Hyun Woo in Blood, a genius and Pennsylvania Medical school graduate that tries to find a cure for his friend-turned-brother Park Ji Sung (Ahn Jae-hyun).

Later in 2016, he portrayed the role of Yoo Seo-joon in Yes, That’s How It Is and earned him the “New Star Award” at the 2016 SBS Drama Awards. Then he showcased a character of a commanding officer who was framed for killing his own team member in Prison Playbook in which he won as Most Popular Actor in the Baeksang Arts Award that same year.

CANDID. Jung Hae-In in a scene from the series 'While You Were Sleeping' where he plays a colorblind cop. 
Not long after, Hae-in broke his zone by landing on hit SBS drama While You Were Sleeping as second lead with fellow Korean heartthrob Lee Jong Suk. He portrayed Han Woo Tak a colorblin police officer who fell in love with Nam Hong-joo (Bae Suzy).

Considering that this was his first melodramatic role, he shared that he directed all of his emotion and attention to his character through encouragement to his leading lady; that led him to push his limits as an actor in which excites him.

And as we witness how Filipino fans warmly received a foreign actor like Hae-in to the country, we are listing down some oppas we would like to see in Manila even for just a limited fan engagement: 

Park Seo Joon

Park Seo Joon
Famous for his “aegyo” in his character in Fight My Way as Ko Dong-man in which he won an Actor Excellence award in Miniseries at the 31st KBS Awards. Seo-joon also starred in a number of dramas such as Dream High 2, and Hwarang, and is currently the lead star in What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim. His recent hit movie Midnight Runners also earned him the Best New Actor Award.

Park Bo Gum

Park Bo Gum
After his exemplary performance in Reply 1988 as Choi Taek, a genius Go player – who experienced first love in a crazy journey – he won TvN Asia Star Award. Bo-gum was immediately cast for Love in the Moonlight as the Crown Prince Lee Yeong and won the Most Popular Male Award in the 2017 Baeksang Art Awards. He also starred in the dramas Wonderful Mama and Hello Monster.

Yoo Seung Ho

Yoo Seung Ho
He debuted in dramas as early as 2000 in Daddy Fish and two years later his turning point as a child star happened when he played the lead in the first film The Way Home. After his MBC drama series I Miss You in 2013 he was enlisted in the military and returned in December 2014. Seung-ho won Top Excellence Award in Genre Drama for Remember and Best Actor in Miniseries in his drama Ruler: Master of the Mask.

Yook Sung Jae

Yook Sung Jae
He is famous for breaking hearts in his second lead portrayal in Who Are You: School 2015 and for his adorable character in Goblin, which earned him a few notable awards. He is an all-around talent also known for being a member of the K-Pop group BTOB. He will be coming to the Philippines on July 13 for his very first solo fan meeting.

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Topics: K-Drama , Jung Hae In , Park Seo Joon , Park Bo Gum , Yoo Seung Ho , Yook Sung Jae
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