“Squid Game”s Jung Ho Yeon recently shared a pictorial with Hollywood actress Sandra Oh, making for two Korean powers in the US.
On June 11th, model-actress Jung Ho Yeon, who starred in the famous Netflix series Squid Game, posted photos of herself in the US movie magazine Variety with the caption: “It’s an honor to talk to my sister, Sandra Oh. Thank you for sharing your warmth and giving me this opportunity.”
The released pictorial showed Sandra Oh and Jung Ho Yeon posing closely, shoulder to shoulder and face to face, boasting a heartwarming friendship. A video of the two’s conversation together has also been released on the official YouTube channel of Variety.
Jung Ho Yeon, who debuted in the entertainment industry as a model, became a global sensation after appearing in the Netflix original series “Squid Game”. She was later casted in Hollywood movie “The Governesses”, where she will star alongside famous stars Lily-Rose Depp and Renate Reinsve. In addition, the actress also confirmed her appearance in the new Apple TV+ series “Disclaimer”, which will be directed by the critically acclaimed Alfonso Cuarón.
Meanwhile, Sandra Oh was a second generation American-Canadian actress with Korean roots, who drew attention after starring as Cristina Yang in the famous medical series “Grey’s Anatomy”. She later appeared in the show “Killing Eve”, and the thriller movie “Umma” (or “Mom”, translated from Korean).