The news of the next work of actor Jung Ho Yeon, who rose to stardom with the Netflix series ‘Squid Game‘, has been reported.
According to U.S. Variety on March 17, Jung Ho Yeon was cast in Alfonso Cuaron’s next work, Apple TV+ series ‘Disclaimer‘.
‘Disclaimer‘ is a new work by director Alfonso Cuaron, who wrote and directed the films ‘Gravity‘ and ‘Roma‘. It is based on a novel of the same name.
In particular, Jung Ho Yeon was cast as the opposite of Cate Blanchett, a Hollywood actress who is well-known for her roles in the ‘Lord of the Rings’ series, ‘Benjamin Button’s Time Goes Backwards’, and ‘Carol‘.
Cate Blanchett plays Catherine Ravencroft, a respected TV documentary journalist who uncovers the cover-up crimes of a long-respected institution in the play. Jung Ho Yeon will take on the role of Kim, an ambitious and hardworking person who is Catherine Ravencroft’s assistant.
Jung Ho Yeon debuted as a model in 2010. She made her debut as an actress last year through ‘Squid Game’ and has emerged as her global trend. She signed with the Creative Artists Agency (CAA), one of the largest agencies in the United States, and with Hollywood stars Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep and George Clooney.