The two symbols of the word “handsome” in Korea, Jang Dong-gun and Wonbin.
Jang Dong-gun and Won Bin are actors who are called symbols of good looks in Korea. Even in their early middle age, these two actors come to everyone’s mind first when it comes to the word “handsome.” However, there is an actor who is praised by actor Lee Sun-kyun to be as handsome as them.
The main character here is actor Park Hae-joon, who earned the nickname “Nation’s Cheating Man” through the drama “The World of the Married.” The actor was famous for his appearance when he was a student at Korea National University of Arts. Park Hae-joon, who was in his second term at the time, was said to have formed a handsome duo with Jang Dong-gun, who was in his first term.
Park Hae-joon, who was called the “second Jang Dong-gun” on campus, made his debut as an actor quite late despite his handsome appearance. The 2007 play “Then, Stars Fall”, his debut work, was produced when he was 31 years old. When he entered the film industry through director Byun Young-joo‘s movie “Helpless” in 2012, he was in his mid-30s.
Park Hae-joon’s popularity rose at a rapid pace in the industry. He drew attention as a cold and scary father in “Hwayi: A Monster Boy” and as a chief Chun, who had to resolve human conflict between seniors and juniors in the drama “Misaeng.”
After that, he played a vicious villain in “Believer” and was recognized for his acting skills. As expected, Park Hae-joon‘s appearance, which impressed the public through “The World of the Married,” is also drawing attention. His 185cm height, good physique and sharp appearance, established himself as a middle-aged handsome man.
Actor Park Hae-joon, who is recognized for his acting skills as well as his good looks, will come back with Netflix’s original movie “The 8th Night” this year. Currently, his latest work – the movie “Emergency Declaration,” one of the most anticipated films of the year, is about to be released.