Park Hae Soo will expand his career and become a host.
As an established actor, Park Hae Soo has been receiving spotlights in the TV and movie industries. He continuously made noises in the past months after starring in Netflix’s Squid Game, Suriname, and Money Heist: Korea — Joint Economic Area.
His role in Hwang Dong Hyuk-directed series led him to earn his first-ever Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series.
Amid his flourishing career, Park Hae Soo is about to start his journey in a new industry.
Park Hae Soo To Host SNL Korea 3 Episode 6
Korea JoongAng Daily quoted Park Hae Soo’s statement confirming the actor’s participation in the hit South Korean late-night live television sketch comedy and TV show. It also shared the news by the local streaming platform, Coupang Play, on Monday.
The actor expressed his excitement ahead of the gig, saying he wants everyone to see more sides of him.
"I am very excited to appear on SNL Korea, which is a show that I regularly watch," he said. "I will diligently prepare so that I can show the public more sides of me. Please look forward to my episode."
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SNL Korea is the Korean adaptation of the US’ hit late night show, Saturday Night Live. Its current cast members include Jeong Sang Hoon, Ahn Young Mi, Kim Ah Young, Nam Hyun Woo, Kim Min Kyo, Jeong Sung Ho, Jeong Hyuk, Ju Hyun Young, Lee Soo Ji, Kwon Hyuk Soo, and Jung Yi Rang.
It will be Park Hae Soo’s latest work after his several works on Netflix. He also became part of the 2022 Netflix film, Yaksha: Ruthless Operations.
Before seeing him on SNL Korea 3, fans can see him in the movie, Phantom, which is slated to be released in South Korea on Jan. 15.
Park Hae Soo To Appear in Phantom
Less than a month before the Phantom’s release, Park Hae Soo and the cast members of the Lee Hae Young-directed period action film in a press conference in Seoul on Monday.
As reported by The Korea Herald, the filmmaker reflected on the film and shared its plot.
“I did not depend too much on the historical record. Instead, I based it on information regarding a group of independence fighters who failed to assassinate the Japanese ambassador to China on March 17, 1933. I imagined what it would have been like had their trial taken place in Korea,” the director said.
Park Hae Soo stars in the film as the Japanese general named Takahara Kaito.
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