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Best Stars with Expensive Advertising Model Fees. 


No. 6 - Park Bo Gum




In 6th place was actor Park Bo-gum, who is called the representative of the entertainment industry. After gaining great popularity with the drama 'Reply 1988', he was selected as the male lead in the drama and won three awards, making 2016 his year. 


Advertisers also joined the Park Bo-gum syndrome, and the model fee rose to 400 million won. As of 2018, Park Bo-gum's advertising fee was about 500 million won, and he was selected as an actor whose model fee has increased five times in three years. 


He has a total of 17 advertisements a year and is estimated to be about 8.5 billion won by adding 500 million won as a model. He emerged as a sold-out man enough that the advertising fee was not wasted. 








Best 13 Stars with Expensive Advertising Fees

1. BTS

2. Kim Soo Hyun

3. Jeon Ji Hyun

4. Gong Yoo

5. Son Heung Min

6.Park Bo Gum

7. Park Seo Joon

8.Lee HyeRi

9.Jung Hae In

10. Jo Jong Suk

11. Lim Young Woong

12.Song Hye Kyo

13.Lee Kwang Soo






On Mnet's 'TMI News' broadcast on the 4th, the topic of 'Stars with Expensive Advertising Model Fees' was discussed.




On the other hand, Park Bo-gum was ranked 6th in the rankings. Before appearing in the drama 'Reply 1988', the advertising fee for Park Bo-gum was 100 million won, but after appearing in the drama, the advertising fee rose to 300 million won, and in 2018, it recorded about 500 million won.




As of 2018, Park Bo-gum did 17 advertising models, and based on about 500 million won in advertising fees, in 2018 alone, he recorded about 8.5 billion won in advertising fees.






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Gong Yoo And Park Bo-Gum Learn What It Means To Be Human In ‘Seo Bok’

How do you measure the value of a life? That question has been asked the dawn of time and the Greek philosopher Aristotle answered it by saying, “We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; in feelings, not figures on a dial.” Yet Aristotle could not have known science might one day create a clone like Seo Bok, the subject of the film Seo Bok, currently playing at the Fantasia International Film Festival.


While Seo Bok is not technically immortal, he is immune to human disease and aging. Scientists want to use him to grant some humans a degree of immortality, but in the process treat Seo Bok as a mere specimen and less than human. As a specimen he is very valuable, which is why conflicting forces want to steal him, no matter how many human lives it costs. 


To protect Seo Bok, a shadowy government agency hires Ki-hun, a man whose days are numbered due to a brain tumor. In exchange for protecting Seo Bok, they offer Ki-hun a chance to be a guinea pig in their experiments and receive a possible cure for his cancer. Ki-hun doesn’t want to die, but he’s also lost some of his reasons for living and feels as if his death sentence is deserved. 


While attempting to transport Seo Bok to a safe location, the convoy is attacked and Ki-hun must fight to save him. Despite at first thinking of his charge as not quite human, he begins to feel protective toward Seo Bok.


Gong Yoo convincingly plays Ki-hun with the weary desperation of a man haunted by past deeds, a man whose only moral compass is to stay loyal to the security forces he committed those deeds for. Park Bo-gum plays Seo Bok with the candor and sweetness of a child.


Having lived a sheltered existence, Seo Bok really has no idea how the world works and asks Ki-hun endless questions, trying to establish what’s right and wrong. He soon realizes that his very existence is problematic. 


The sci-fi thriller features the requisite number of exciting action scenes and displays of Seo Bok’s special paranormal powers, but director Lee Yong-ju’s film is strongest when it focuses on the relationship between the two men, the man who is dying and the man who might live forever. Whose life matters most? Between them they must decide whether life is measured in deeds or years.


Both Gong Yoo, who starred in the TV drama Goblin and the film Train to Busan, and Park Bo-gum, who appeared in the drama Record of Youth and the film Coin Locker Girl, are popular actors in Korea. They offer another compelling example of their talent and appeal in this film.


The film’s release in Korea was delayed due to COVID and finally reached theaters in April 2021, where it ranked number one in the box office on opening day. Seo Bok is currently being shown On Demand at the Fantasia International Film Festival, which runs through August 25, 2021. The festival features several Korean films, including Midnight, The Devil’s Deal, Josée and Fighter.





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  • autumnight changed the title to Park Bo Gum 박보검 ♥ 朴寶劍 ♥ パク・ボゴム [on MS] *Celebrating 10th Debut Anniversary* | Upcoming Movie: Wonderland

Congratulations to Bogummy for the 10th Debut anniversary :piggydance:

Thank you for everyone here who keeps updating this thread for us... I hope we will still be here for Bo Gum's 20th, 30th, 40th+++ anniversary :fullofhearts:

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