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nonski, November 29, 2010 in actors & actresses
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❤❤❤ Lee Jong Suk 이종석 ❤❤❤
-- Award Winning Actor --
-- First Class Model --
-- PROFILE --
Name: Lee Jong Suk Hangul: 이종석 Nationality: Korean Country: Republic of Ko
December 30, 2016
Lee Jong Suk, His award speech and his phobia of public speaking.
I feel compelled to write something because I am a fan and he gets unnecessary hate for his unfortunate phobia of public speaking
August 7, 2015
I made this MV quite sometimes ago but only decided to upload last night I know it's gonna get blocked by SBS sooner or later but never mind I just wanna share this with you. enjoy while it last
2. Lee Jong Suk
Last seen in ‘Romance is a bonus book’ before he enlisted for the military, Lee Jong Suk has finally been discharged. After delivering multiple hits like ‘W; Two worlds apart,’ ‘Pinocchio,’ and ‘Doctor Stranger,’ Lee Jong Suk is already Korea’s favorite actor. After his discharge from the military, fans are hoping to see him back to acting soon.
Lee Jong Suk, Kim Rae Won, Jung Sang Hoon, and Park Byung Eun were in talks to star in a new action film, ‘Decibel.’ Reports suggest that the hitmaker is positively reviewing the offer!
From his role as Kang Chul in fantasy thriller W: Two Worlds Apart to playing genius writer Cha Eun-ho in Romance is a Bonus Book, model-actor Lee Jong Suk's talent and range is nothing short of impressive!
Since his debut as a model in 2005, at the age of 15, Jong Suk has worked nonstop and has been relentless in choosing his work as an actor and as a model. In 2010, he made his official acting debut in Prosecutor Princess in a supporting role as Lee Woo-hyun. In the same year, he also made his big-screen debut in horror flick Ghost.
His breakthrough as an actor came following his supporting role in hit drama Secret Garden where he played Han Tae-sun, a talented young musician and composer who has a forbidden crush on the second male lead. Many consider Jong-suk’s breakout role as Go Nam-soon in School 2013, which saw him nabbing his first acting award at the 2012 KBS Drama Awards as Best New Actor. Following this role, Jong-suk starred in critically acclaimed and well-loved dramas such as dramas such as I Can Hear Your Voice, Doctor Stranger, and While You Were Sleeping.
In an interview on Soompi, the meticulous actor revealed one of the methods in which he improves his acting while on set—recording his scenes on a personal camcorder and rewatching them, reviewing the ways in which he can improve or convey the emotions better. How amazing is he?
While it will be a while until fans get to watch his next project since it was just last week that he was discharged from mandatory military service, the incredible actor has given us such a great range of series to binge-watch and enjoy him in. Below, we list all 14 of his performances and appearancWes in dramas, just in case, like us, you can’t wait for his comeback drama!
And that's that! Have you seen Lee Jong Suk in all 14 of these? Which ones were your favorites? Let us know!
This article is posted 2021.01.14
Am still not over with this "pretty" pic of JS yet
cr as per spoiler
New IG update! 1-28-2021.
[Fanart] Leejongsuk's IG Update
Another twit by KoreanUpdates on the Korean Wave Survey conducted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism w/ KOFICE but this one has the 2019 comparison. Well, 2021, he will go up for sure.naver.me/GbE0pvyX
'School 2013,' starring Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk, explores the topic of school bullying.
Korean drama fans often jokingly refer to their viewing habits as therapy, since dramas supply a fun diversion from daily life—particularly during a prolonged pandemic lockdown. However, k-dramas may actually be useful in therapy to help promote personal growth and prompt conversations about mental health.
Van Ta Park PhD, MPH, is the lead author of two studies that used k-dramas to discuss mental health.
As a k-drama viewer, Park reasoned that dramas might provide an engaging way to reach diverse Asian American communities.
“I knew about telenovelas and how instrumental they have been for the Spanish speaking community in terms of entertainment and as an educational medium,” said Park. “I thought we needed something like that, but we have a lot of languages to consider. It’s not compared to two main languages for telenovelas.”
K-dramas, which are watched by 18 million Americans, are translated into multiple languages and are popular among Asian Americans from varying cultural backgrounds.
Park’s 2020 study Promising Results from the Use of a Korean Drama to Address Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors on School Bullying and Mental Health among Asian American College-Aged Students, was published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. The study used the KBS drama School 2013, starring Jang Nara, Choi Daniel, Lee Jong-suk, and Kim Woo-bin, to measure whether Asian American students’ knowledge of and attitudes toward bullying might improve after watching the drama.“When you speak the language in terms of the values held by communities, in cultural groups such as Asians, they get it,” said Park, an associate professor at the University of California, San Francisco. “They can relate to it and it definitely has the potential to be therapeutic, even in just a short time period. It’s not meant to replace cognitive behavioral therapy or antidepressants, or seeing your doctor.”You can read the rest of article herehttps://www.forbes.com/sites/joanmacdonald/2021/01/21/how-korean-dramas-are-being-used-to-promote-mental-health/?sh=49df92e813f2
Forbes is like, a large, serious publication. Wow, I am so surprised to see our Jong Sukkie leading that article!
(Note: Kdramas do not normally play on American TV channels. Kdramas do have their cult following, but you have to find them on Netflix or Viki or some other service, so these are not household names. It's getting better, people know Parasite, and I just read that the viewership of Kdramas in North America did skyrocket over the pandemic. Still. It's wholly unexpected to see a picture of Lee Jong Suk--someone we "know"--heading a Forbes article.)
Of course it doesn't take the place of a medical professional. Still...can we say that all of our drama watching is medicinal?
ETA: Also, in my opinion, anyone who wants to work with teenagers in any capacity should be required to watch School 2013.
[Fanart] LeeJongSuk For
LJS has reached 17.7M followers on IG!.
New IG video (Update)
Thank you @backstreetboysfan for the link
May I repost from twitter
The lyrics of the Song " Bang " by AJR which JS posted in his video
Heh...he's definitely got the advantage of long arms and legs for this sport. He just needs to quit flipping the foil around so much and stab. He'll start winning soon, I am sure!
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