Jung Ho Yeon is a 27-year-old model from South Korea. The celebrity’s career used to revolve around only in the modeling industry. But, things have changed since her first acting project for the Netflix material, Squid Game.
Following the success of the title, the South Korean star has traveled across the globe for further promotions. She only recently made her way back to her home country.
On her return, she sat down for an interview with STARNEWS. She talked about her experiences amid her rise to global popularity, as well as her plans for the future, according to Soompi.
Connecting "Intuitively" With Zendaya
One of the things Jung Ho Yeon shared was about her meeting with Zendaya. They first encountered each other at the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards earlier in November.
She revealed that they both felt “comfortable,” leading the Hollywood actress to invite her on the set of Euphoria. She added that it was the first time in a while she had gone to set since Squid Game.
The South Korean model noted that they also talked about a lot of things. Amid their conversations, she said to have realized that there is a reason why people like Zendaya, adding that she felt “at ease” when with her.
Jung Ho Yeon And Her Future Plans
When asked about her future in the acting industry, Jung Ho Yeon did not seemingly provide direct responses. She said, however, that she has “a lot” on her mind.
She acknowledged that things have, indeed, changed since Squid Game.
As explained, she did not have a lot of choices and decisions to make when she was still modeling. This is why she always asks people around her, including her seniors and directors.
Fans Worrying Over Her Weight
The South Korean celebrity recently sparked worries among fans upon posting a photo of herself, wearing a dress. Many netizens have expressed their concerns about the model’s health because of her petite figure.
Jung Ho Yeon previously admitted, though, that she lost a lot of weight amid her rise to stardom. She said that she did not have time to eat because of her busy schedule.