Park Seo-Joon sees more in store for his acting career


Park Seo-Joon sees more in store for his acting career

Ratziel San Juan (Philstar.com) – November 17, 2020 – 7:48pm

MANILA, Philippines — Korean leading man Park Seo-Joon disagrees that he has achieved almost everything in his career, still considering himself a rookie when it comes to show business.

“I don’t think it’s a thing yet. There are a lot of roles I still want to play and I think my age is young as an actor if I can act as my age right now,” the screen actor told Philstar.com via an exclusive interview courtesy of BYS Cosmetics.

Seo Joon said there’s still a lot left for him to experience, acting-wise, as he ages.

“If I were in my 40s or 50s and if I continue to be an actor, the range of roles and stories I can express will be very different. I don’t know the peak

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Park Seo-Joon explains why playing ‘Park Saeroyi’ was a turning point


Park Seo-Joon explains why playing ‘Park Saeroyi’ was a turning point

Ratziel San Juan (Philstar.com) – November 17, 2020 – 7:16pm

MANILA, Philippines — Korean heartthrob Park Seo-Joon singles out his performance as Park Saeroyi in the K-drama “Itaewon Class” as the breakthrough moment in his acting career.

Previously dubbed by Korean media as the “master of romantic comedy” and “king of romance,” the actor famously played against type by landing the role of an ex-convict-turned-businessman in the hit series.

 

 

“Prior to the project ‘Itaewon Class,’ I have been continuously working, and whenever I commenced a new work, I have been really enjoying myself and also thrilled at the same time,” he told Philstar.com in an exclusive interview courtesy of international cosmetics brand BYS.

The show’s Netflix synopsis reads: “In a colorful Seoul neighborhood, an ex-con and his friends fight a mighty foe to make their ambitious dreams for

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Park Seo-joon in the Philippines Is Happening for the Second Time

Even for non-Korean drama fans, it’s impossible not to know who Park Seo-joon is. Besides being on a roll with shows, the sought-after Korean actor has also managed to land a series of advertisements in both Korea and the Philippines, where he has unsurprisingly gained a massive following of supporters and admirers.

Well, guess what? If you’re one of them, you’ll be happy to know that a “Park Seo-joon in the Philippines” event will soon become a reality!

Also read: Chill With Park Seo-joon: Here Are All His Netflix Shows!

Park Seo-joon in the Philippines: What we know so far

Even before the pandemic (when more Filipinos have been exposed to his online shows), fans of Park Seo-joon were already treated to his presence way back in September 2019. This was when he attended a fan meet following his launch as an endorser for retail brand Bench.

This time, he

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Model in Park Seo-joon telco ad catches Filipino K-drama fans’ attention: ‘Sana all’

Park Seo-joon (left) and model May Myat Noe (Images: Facebook/Smart Communications, Inc., May Myat Noe)

After the release of Park Seo-joon’s recent ad for a telecommunications company, many of his Filipino fans could not help but envy his partner in the video.

One K-drama fan (@TheSarangheOppa) even joked that she needed to find out the woman’s name for her thesis, as seen on her Twitter page on Oct. 28.

“Need lang para sa thesis, che-check ko lang kung pang-ilan s’ya sa pila. [Thanks],” she said alongside a screenshot of the woman in the Smart Communications ad.

([I] just need it for my thesis, I will just check where she is in the line.)

A fellow fan (@allaboutNaxYa) quickly replied

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Smart taps Park Seo-Joon as its newest endorser



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SMART has included Korean actor Park Seo-Joon to its growing slate of Korean endorsers following Hyun Bin and Son Ye-Jin as the telecommunications company continues to ride the wave of popularity of Korean dramas and pop culture.

Park Seo-Joon, who rose to fame with dramas such as Itaewon Class (2020), What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim (2018), and Fight for My Way (2017), is the newest face of Smart’s Giga K-Video pack which allows subscribers to have weeklong access to streaming service Viu as well as 1 GB data for the platform and 2 GB open access data for P99.

“Like the two other international endorsers, Park Seo-Joon is popular and well loved by the Filipino audience. He has become a household name in the Philippines,” Alfredo S. Panlilio, Smart President and CEO, PLDT Chief Revenue Officer, said during the media launch on Oct. 28 via Facebook.

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