WI HA JUN is one of the stars of El Game of Squid, the Netflix series that premiered last September 17 and has become a phenomenon worldwide. The actor gives life in the drama to Hwang Jun-Ho, the policeman who infiltrates the vigilantes of the mysterious contest in which the protagonists compete. The goal of him is to locate the brother of him disappeared from him.
The interpreter was born in 1991 in South Korea and turned 30 last August. He was already known in his country for the work of him in different television fictions. In the Netflix catalog in Spain, some of them can be found, such as Something in the Rain and Romance Is a Bonus Book.
He has also participated in titles such as Goodbye Mr. Black, My Golden Life, Marrimonial Chaos, Soul Mechanic and 18 Again. In addition, the Korean has made several incursions in the world of cinema. Among the feature films in which he appears are Coin Locker Girl, The Chase, Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum, Shark: The Beginning and Midnight.
WI HA JUN studied theater and cinema at Sungkyul University, but came to the world of interpretation after working as a model. He is the protagonist of the cover of the October 2021 issue of Men's Health magazine in his Korean edition, where he presumed abdominals.
In addition, the actor has also made his strikes as a singer, since he is the interpreter of the Maybe Balada It's Too Late. This topic is the main song of one of the series in which he participated, marriage chaos.
In social networks a video has been viral on which it shows another different facet. It is a piece that can be seen by dancing the success Cheer Up, of Twice, next to the group that she was part, called Star Project.
Wi ha jun has spoken about the squid game in an interview with the Korean Portal Naver, in which he assures that he did not expect the enormous impact that the series has achieved: "I could never have imagined that I would receive so much love. It is an honor to be a part of a project like this and I am very happy. "
The actor shared what were his first impressions when reading the scripts of fiction: "Although Jun-Ho did not have much time on the screen, I thought it was incredibly charming because he had his own story and presented several events to the spectators." The interpreter described the character as "honest and decided" and stressed that he is the fairer of the protagonists of history.Date Of Update: 05 October 2021, 14:39