Ji Soo : Korean Actor
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Ji Soo is a South Korean actor born on March 30, 1993. In the initial years, he was fond of sports, primarily judo, and has even taken part at the national level, but he couldn’t continue any longer due to injuries. This was when life witnessed a turning stage for the better as he started training under JYP entertainment in 2012.
It was in 2009 that he got his first breakthrough as an actor, and in the following years, he worked in a series of short films, like “Seoul Mates,” a Korean-Filipino independent cinema.
For an actor, it is the recognition that gives him enough business, and talking about the limelight he got; it was in 2015 that his high-school drama “Angry Mom” was a hit. His role drew appreciation from everywhere.
The way he got exposure through acting made him quite popular among directors, who started to take him for various television series. Such as “Cheer Up” in 2015 and “Page Turner” in 2016. In 2017, he played an impressive and mind-blowing role as a police officer in the “Strong Woman Bong-Soon” 2017.
He played the role of a rough and tough police officer known to bring the culprits to justice. That rightly involves handcuffing the accused where no social status can save him as long as the crime is under Ji Soo’s jurisdiction. Likewise, he continued to play his acting in a drama series in the following years. He also worked in TV movies while acting in the Ping Pong Ball in 2018.
In 2021, Ji Soo was the main lead in the drama “River Where the Moon Rises.” Everything went well for six episodes which were aired as well. However, he was accused of assault and bullying. That went on endlessly until the legal representatives countered by taking legal action against those trying to tarnish the image. Ji Soo apologized, too but was replaced due to controversy.