Idols with the same visual, dance, and singing abilities have earned the title of “all-around entertainer”, and they may be found on television.
Every year, a huge number of idols progress beyond the stage and into dramas and films to showcase their abilities.
They not only won fans’ hearts with their magnificent performances, but they also presented a variety of performances that captivated viewers’ eyes and ears.
There are actors from idols among them who have established themselves as actors by winning honors at award ceremonies and demonstrating their exceptional acting abilities.
Let’s take a look at 6 idols-turned-actors who are ideal “all-rounders”.
The first runner is 2PM‘s Lee Junho, who rose to fame with their 2015 single “My House”.
Lee Junho rose to prominence in 2017 after appearing in SBS‘s “Wok of Love” as both a comical and a reticent character.
He also participated in the MBC drama “The Red Sleeve” last year, as King Jeongjo.
At the 2021 MBC Drama Awards, he received the Best Actor Award in the Miniseries category for this work.
Im Si Wan
Im Si Wan, a member of the boy band ZE:A, demonstrated his exceptional acting abilities in MBC’s “The Moon That Embraces the Sun” in 2012 as a kid Heo Yeom.
Im Si Wan received Rookie of the Year at the MBC Drama Awards in 2014 for the drama “Triangle.”
He has since participated in a number of dramas and films, and he has been reincarnated as a “trustworthy actor.“
He is presently playing Hwang Dong Ju, a tax official in MBC‘s “Tracer” after winning numerous other honors.
Rowoon, a member of the boy group SF9, is also an actor who has managed to capture both rabbits, an idol and an actor.
During his idol activities, he was admired for his outstanding height of more than 190 cm and his unparalleled visuals.
Rowoon, who played Haru in MBC‘s “Extraordinary You” in 2019, was named Rookie of the Year.
He is presently starring as the lead in the MBC drama “Tomorrow” alongside Kim Hee Sun, and his performances have wowed spectators.
Jung Soo Jung, a member of the girl group f(x), has successfully transitioned from a member of the girl group f(x) to an actor.
She starred in MBC‘s “High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged” and SBS‘ “The Heirs,” and she did an excellent job acting with licorice.
Jung Soo Jung was named Best New Actress at the KBS Drama Awards last year for her performance in “Police University.“
She is presently demonstrating her exceptional acting abilities in the KBS2 drama “Crazy Love,” in which she co-stars with Kim Jae Wook.
Jung Eunji, a member of the girl group APink, was known for her explosive singing abilities as the group’s lead vocalist and quickly rose to fame.
In 2012, Jung Eunji landed the lead part in the tvN drama “Reply 1997” and made a name for herself as an actress.
She began her illustrious career as an actress by winning the Best New Actress in TV category at the 49th Baeksang Arts Awards in 2013.
In the recently concluded tvN drama “Work Later, Drink Now,” Jung Eun Ji portrayed Earth science instructor Kang Ji Gu.
Im Yoon Ah
The final protagonist is Yoona, the eternal center of the female group Girls’ Generation.
Yoona won the Best New Actress Award at the KBS Drama Awards in 2008 for her role in KBS2′s “You Are My Destiny.”
Since then, she has established a respectable career and has played a variety of characters in films and dramas.
Yoona continued her acting career last year, featuring in films like as “Miracle” and “Happy New Year“.