The pictorial of actor Jung Sung Il, who gained overwhelming popularity through “The Glory,” has been released where he shared why he likes people who are good at acting and more.
On February 10, Esquire recently released a pictorial of Jung Sung Il from the Netflix series “The Glory.”
This pictorial started with a plan to maximize the unique aura around Jung Sung Il, which makes you imagine a wonderful story even though he’s just standing still with no expression.
In the released photo, Jung Sung Il wears sleek suit-based outfits and creates picturesque photos as if scenes from a movie.
In an interview released with the pictorial, Jung Sung Il explained his personality, saying,
He talked about the cast of “The Glory” as well as actors with whom he had never worked several times. He said,
In addition, he talks about stories of the fall of the character Ha Do Young which will begin in “The Glory” Part 2, thoughts on his new nickname “Korean’s Tony Leung,” comments that make him angry, and affection for the ongoing theater performance and new musical performances that are about to begin.
Meanwhile, the Netflix series “The Glory,” written by writer Kim Eun Sook and directed by Ahn Gil Ho, will be released on March 10, with Jung Sung Il collaborating with actors such as Song Hye Kyo, Lee Do Hyun and Lim Ji Yeon.
Isn’t he charismatic?