K-Drama Celebrities Who Made Their Debut At A Later Age: Jung Hae In, Lee Sung Kyung, More

Credit: The Swoon / YouTube screenshot

Credit: The Swoon / YouTube screenshot

While some K-drama stars began their career as child actors and actresses, celebrities like Jung Hae In, and Lee Sung Kyung, more made their debut at a relatively late age.

Due to various reasons, these stars made their on-screen appearance while in their late 20s.

Kim Seon Ho

Before earning the moniker “K-drama’s good boy” Kim Seon Ho made his tv debut at the age of 31 when he joined the cast of KBS2's series Good Manager and Strongest Deliveryman in 2017.

Prior to his first K-drama appearance, the actor has already completed his military service.

As for his acting career, despite joining showbusiness at a later age, he started out as a theater actor in 2009 with the stage play New Boeing Boeing.

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Jung Hae In

Debuting at 26, Jung Hae In officially had his first K-drama Bride of the Century where he played a supporting role.

As for his first lead role, it was for the historical series The Three Musketeers with Lee Jin Wook, Jung Yong Hwa, Seo Hyun Jin, and more.

Interestingly, despite having his debut in his late 20s, Jung Hae In majored in entertainment media and also appeared in musical plays, so acting in front of an audience is not new to him.

Lee Sung Kyung

Before captivating the audience with her charm and bubbly personality in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, Lee Sung Kyung began her career as a model.

After making a name for herself in the fashion world, Lee Sung Kyung decided to venture into acting and had her official debut as an actress at 24.

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