Lee Tae-gon studied Physical Education in college, majoring in swimming which qualified him to be a swimming instructor before entering the entertainment industry. He started his acting career with a lead role in the drama “Dear Heaven (2005)” and “Assorted Gems (2009).”
Sung Hoon is a South Korean actor and voice actor. He majored in Social Physical Education and was a competitive swimmer for 14 years before he went into acting. After several projects on TV, variety, and movies, Sung Hoon has proven his worth as an actor having earned several recognitions and awards from his rookie days and up to the present.
Lee Hee-joon initially studied chemical engineering before he forayed into acting. He then went on to join theater at Korea National University of Arts. His first acting debut was in the theatrical production of “Oedipus,” and then went on to appear in many more plays and musicals, as well as films and television dramas like Mauseu (2021), The Man Standing Next (2020) and Mad Rush (2018).
Cho Jin-woong is a South Korean actor best known for his roles as Sejong’s loyal bodyguard in Deep Rooted Tree (2011), a mobster in Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time(2012), and a mysterious villain in A Hard Day(2014). He also gained recognition and praise for his performance as a detective in the television series Signal (2016). A versatile actor, Cho Jin-woong is a prolific actor, hence recognition followed, having received a number of them throughout his career.
Lee Je-hoon initially majored in Biotechnology in Korea University when he realized that he wanted to go into acting. Since his breakthrough into the world of showbusiness, he has made a lot of raving reviews from his performance both in film and TV. Some of his notable works include Architecture 101, Phantom Detective, Signal, Where the Stars Land, and Bleak Night.
Ok Taec-yeon, known mononymously as Taecyeon, debuted in the entertainment scene as part of the seven-piece boy group 2PM. But he also forayed into acting of which he also made a name for himself. After he finished his military enlistment, he immediately dove into projects lined up for him, one of which is the 2021 dark-comedy, Vincenzo.