Hallyu superstar Park Seo Joon will now be seen in a new Marvel movie, being the third Korean actor to do so. The news was confirmed recently, months after a rumor broke it. Park Seo Joon is also in talks of being cast in a new drama opposite Nevertheless actress Han So Hee. Read on to know more about
Park Seo Joon in new Marvel movie
Months later it was first reported that the actor would star in “The Marvels,” followed by “Captain Marvel,” Park Seo Joon’s agency has finally confirmed that he will be part of the new Marvel Studios film. (Back when news broke, the agency declined to comment.)
On August 3, Awesome ENT announced that the actor had left Korea that day to film Marvel, but declined to provide further details or to confirm a specific film.
Park Seo Joon’s agency has finally confirmed the news
“We thank the many people who have shown interest and support for Park Seo Joon as they continue with this new challenge,” the organization said. “We are well aware that many people are curious about the name of the film he will be appearing in, his character, his location, and his recording program, but we plan to reveal the details of the movie in the future. ”
Park Seo Joon is now the third Korean actor to star in Marvel films following Claudia Kim (from “Avengers: Age of Ultron”) and Ma Dong Seok (“The Eternals”).
Park Seo Joon To Star Opposite Han So Hee
On June 17, SportsToday reported that Nevertheless actress Han So Hee was offered the lead role in the new drama “Gyeongseong Creature” (real title).
Responding to the report, the actor’s agency 9ato Entertainment commented, “Han So Hee has received a chance for impersonating ‘Gyeongseong Creature’ and is reviewing [offers].”
“Gyeongseong creature” is a thrill of survival and human dignity. It tells the story of young people who lived during a time when sovereignty and human rights were being taken away from them, and they had to put their lives on the line just to get some basic happiness. It will be written by Kang Eun Kyung of the “Dr Romantic” series and directed by Jung Dong Yoon of the “Stove League. “