The Weeknd teases fans with a sneak peek of his upcoming music video Out of Time, featuring Squid Game star Jung Ho Yeon.
Fans would get to see the chemistry between the South Korean model turned actress who will soon grace the Canadian singer's highly anticipated music video.
The Weeknd Features Jung Ho Yeon on his Upcoming Music Video Out of Time
The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, shared a glimpse of his new song with Jung Ho Yeon joining in on-screen.
From the looks of it, it seems like the Vogue cover girl portrays The Weeknd's love interest as they hold hands while smiling brightly inside the elevator.
Creating a major buzz on social media, the Instagram post, captioned "out of time: tuesday" has garnered 1.2 million likes and thousands of comments, most of them gushing over the duo's unexpected collaboration.
Interestingly, the runway model shared the post on her Instagram stories, expressing her anticipation for the forthcoming video.
Jung Ho Yeon's appearance in The Weeknd's music video is just among her upcoming projects and activities this year.
After landing the role of Kang Sae Byeok in Squid Game, it opened a lot of opportunities for the 27-year-old rookie actress.
Jung Ho Yeon's Achievements After Squid Game
Right after Squid Game made its worldwide premiere, Jung Ho Yeon's Instagram grew from 400,000 to millions, making her the most followed South Korean actress, surpassing the years-long reign of Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo star Lee Sung Kyung and Hallyu queen Song Hye Kyo.
In addition, she was also named as Adidas, Calvin Klein and Louis Vuitton's global ambassador and made history as the first East Asian to score a solo feature cover for Vogue U.S.
From one milestone to another, the 27-year-old star, alongside her Squid Game co-star Lee Jung Jae took home a historic win after bagging outstanding performances by a female and male actor in a drama series at the SAG Awards 2022.
Jung Ho Yeon couldn't help her emotions as she delivered her acceptance speech.
Wearing a custom-made Louis Vuitton gown, she lit up the stage as she expressed her deep-felt gratitude to fans and co-stars.
"Thank you [for making my] dream and opening the door for me. I love my Squid Game crew!" she said.
Jung Ho Yeon's Upcoming Projects
In addition to her slew of achievements, Jung Ho Yeon will be joining award-winning actress Cate Blanchett for the upcoming Apple TV+ series Disclaimer.
Per Deadline, the thriller series is based on the novel by Renee Knight and will be helmed by Roma director Alfonso Cuarón.
The South Korean star was cast to play Kim, a hard-working an ambitious woman who works for
Jung Ho Yeon will be playing the role of Kim, an ambitious, hard-working, and eager-to-please young woman who is certain that working for renowned television documentary journalist Catherine Ravenscroft played by Cate Blanchett.
Joining the duo are Kevin Kline, Sacha Baron Cohen and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
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