Since the time Jung Jin Young got released from military obligation in April, we’ve been expecting his re-visitation of K-dramaland. Presently, our desire has been in all actuality, and he’ll beauty the little screen in Police University this August! You may know Jin Young from his time in kid bunch B1A4, where he was the pioneer and successive melody maker. He’s so acceptable at what he does that he has delivered tunes for different gatherings like Oh My Girl and I.O.I just as dramatization OSTs. At the point when he’s not submerged in music, Jin Young favors us with his quality in dramatizations and movies. Look at some of them beneath!
Early Projects 1. She Is Wow (2013)
This mocking dramatization recounts the narrative of a wedded couple at the center of attention. Entertainer Jo Ah Ra (Oh Hyun Kyung) and host Gong Jung Han (Park Sung Woong) profess to be the ideal couple out in the open, however their private life is a wreck. Jin Young plays their agitator child, Min Kyu, who gets kicked out of school abroad and sent home. A great deal of the show’s carefree and adorable scenes include Jin Young, and he enchanted watchers with his devilish yet honest interpretation of an insubordinate child simply searching for adoration from his folks.스포츠중계
- Endure, Goo Hae Ra (2013)
In the event that you love musicals, this dramatization is intended for you. Highlighting a cast loaded up with performers like Ulala Session’s Park Kwang Sun and Super Junior’s Henry (and Jin Young, obviously!), Persevere, Goo Hae Ra doesn’t ration both beautiful and passionate tune numbers. The story rotates around striving artist Hae Ra (Min Hyo Rin), who chooses to try out for the endurance music show Superstar K2. She is joined by her closest companions, congenial twins Se Chan (Jin Young) and Se Jong (Kwak Si Yang), who are both in affection with her. We will not ruin the plot, yet we can ensure that Jin Young will win your love!
- Miss Granny (2014)
This honor winning film is so well known it has been revamped a few times (remembering for the Philippines, where Sarah Geronimo played the hero). It follows 74-year-old Oh Mal Soon (Na Moon Hee) who transforms into her 20-year-old self (Shim Eun Kyung) in the wake of getting her image taken at a secretive photograph studio. She renames herself Oh Doo Ri, and when she sings for certain retired people, she grabs the eye of her grandson, Ji Ha (Jin Young), and his band, and a music maker named Seung Woo (Lee Jin Hee). Things get a little muddled when Ji Ha squashes on Doo Ri, not knowing who she truly is.
- Warm And Cozy (2015)
Lee Jung Joo (Kang So Ra) has buckled down for her entire life, yet a few things simply don’t appear to turn out well for her. When everything self-destructs, she winds up on Jeju Island, where she meets agreeable café proprietor Baek Gun Woo (Yoo Yoon Seok). Jin Young plays Jung Poong San, Gun Woo’s closest companion and unavoidable partner when he begins succumbing to Jung Joo. Jin Young loans Poong San an enchanting, dependable air, and he becomes Gun Woo’s voice of reason as the show comes.
- Love In The Moonlight (2016)
This verifiable show is the transitioning story of Crown Prince Lee Yeong (Park Bo Gum) who gains from his eunuch, Hong Sam Nom (Kim Yoo Jung), not realizing that he’s really a lady named Ra On. Jin Young plays rich researcher Kim Yoon Sung, who promptly sorts out Sam Nom’s genuine personality and begins to succumb to her. This is Jin Young’s breakout dramatization, catapulting him to acclaim in Korea as crowds immediately fell head over heels for his person and got second lead disorder. He even won Best New Actor for his nuanced, frequently awful, depiction of his job.
Late Projects 6. The Dude In Me (2019)
Jin Young reunites with veteran entertainer Park Sung Woong (they cooperated in She is Wow) in this dream parody film. Sung Woong plays criminal Jang Pan Su, whose life changes when somebody tumbles from a structure and terrains on him. He awakens to end up in the assortment of Kim Dong Hyun (Jin Young), a secondary school understudy who gets tormented in school. Everybody’s in for an unexpected when “Dong Hyun” appears in school with a fresh out of the box new disposition. You can reveal to Jin Young truly messed around with this job, and it’s invigorating to see him exhibit an alternate side of him.
- My First Love (2019)
This transitioning dramatization rotates around five companions and their encounters with first love. It begins with affluent Tae-o (Ji Soo) who lives alone in his granddad’s home. He has an on-and-off smash on his dearest companion since adolescence, Song Yi (Jung Chae Yeon), that he won’t ever seek after. Things change when Tae Oh’s home turns into an offer house for every one of his companions—including Song Yi. Jin Young plays cool and dependable Do Hyeon (we screech each time he’s onscreen), Tae Oh’s school companion and Song Yi’s squash. His fellowship with Tae Oh gets tested when he seeks after a relationship with Song Yi.
- Police University (2021)
Following two years of Jin Young dry season, we’re prepared to jump into his rebound dramatization circulating this August. Police University is promoted as a young show about the connection between a teacher and his understudies. Entertainer Cha Tae Hyun plays Yoo Dong Man, an educator at National Police University. With 20 years of involvement with the police added to his repertoire, he’s prepared to get his understudies ready. Jin Young plays criminal programmer Kang Seon Ho who doesn’t actually have profession designs yet winds up in police uni. He has a ~interesting~ relationship with individual rookie Oh Kang Hee (Krystal Jung), an understudy with a solid drive to succeed. In contrast to Seon Ho, she has consistently longed for turning into a cop.