Fans are getting excited as stars who had temporarily suspended their activities for military service have returned one after another.
Actors Park Hyung-sik and Woo Do-hwan, who had been active on the small screen, are making a comeback with a more dignified and attractive appearance, drawing keen attention to their future performances.
Park Hyung-sik found a new agency.
After suspending his activities to fulfill his military obligations in June 2019, actor Park Hyung-sik was discharged from the military on January 4 this year.
Along with his discharge, he received love calls from various projects regardless of movies and dramas, proving the value of his name.
Park Hyung-sik, who moved to a new agency, will make a comeback with the drama “Happiness.” The drama is about Jung Yi-hyun, who was a famous baseball player in high school but became a detective after his injury. Jung Yu-hyun is a person who cleverly solves every case he encounters with his sharp thinking.
Expectations are high for the future performance of Park Hyung-sik, who has transformed into an image different from his usual image, in his first project after being discharged.
No.1 for casting, Yook Sung-jae vs. Woo Do-hwan
Yook Sung-jae enlisted in May last year and was discharged from the military on November 14th. He is drawing attention by immediately renewing his contract with a cosmetic brand he has been modeling for since 2019 after being discharged from the military.
Yook Sung-jae has established himself as a potential actor by perfectly portraying various roles in many famous dramas, such as tvN’s “Guardian: The Lonely and Great God” and JTBC’s “Mystic Pop-up Bar”.
CUBE Entertainment announced that BTOB would hold a fanmeeting “Welcome to BTOB Home” to meet Melody (BTOB’s fandom) at SK Handball Stadium, in Olympic Park, Seoul, on December 31st and January 1st next year.
Woo Do-hwan, who has established himself as a popular star, will return soon.
Woo Do-hwan joined the military in July 2020 and has been serving at the Capital Mechanized Infantry Division. He will be discharged in January 2022 without having to return to the unit after his days off in accordance with the Ministry of National Defense’s policy to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
However, this comeback drama has already been decided.
Netflix confirmed the production of a drama version of the popular webtoon “Hunting Dogs” and released its cast lineup consisting of Woo Do-hwan.
In this series, Woo Do-hwan will play Gun-woo, who enters the world of loan sharks in order to pay off his debts. Gun-woo is a promising boxer who won the Rookie Boxing Competition. He meets Chairman Choi, a legend in the loans industry, then lives a new life as a bodyguard to settle his mother’s debts.
With Woo Do-hwan’s return after being discharged from the military, netizens are paying keen attention to a new transformation in his acting.