Korean actor Lee Min Ho has declared to his fans that he will be choosing a drama for his next project. The actor is currently in the midst of promoting his first leading movie role in Gangnam Blues.
Having shot to popularity through his role of Gu Jun Pyo in high school drama Boys over Flowers, the actor was regarded as one of the most promising actors. He proved his diversity through projects such as Personal Taste, City Hunter and Faith but returned to his rich boy image with 2013’s The Heirs.
His image took a 180 degree turn once again for Gangnam Blues, in which he plays a gangster in the 1970s. In a previous visit to Singapore, the actor revealed that he stopped applying moisturizer on his face to achieve a more rugged look that would be more convincing for his role, showing his dedication to his work.
The 27-year-old thanked fans for their continued support during a recent Hong Kong fan meeting, acknowledging that they have waited for a long time for him to return to the small screen. He revealed that he is intending to pick a drama for his next project, with the rest of his schedule for the year filled with other potential activities such as concerts and fan meetings in other locations.
Gangnam Blues is slated to open in local cinemas on January 29.