This is why I’m the icon of political change.
Actor Noh Jeong-ui showed a limitless eight-color face.
Roh Jung-ui’s GQ Korea pictorial was released on the 29th. As an actor who showed impressive acting in various works such as the drama “18 Again” and the movie “The Day I Die” in 2020, he also draws attention by emitting a strong presence in the released pictorial.
In particular, Noh Jung-eun attracted more attention than ever before by appearing in front of the camera before meeting with viewers with KBS 2TV’s new drama “Dear.M,” which is set to premiere in the first half of next year. This pictorial has amplified expectations as it contains a new transformation of Roh Jung-ui.
Roh Jung-eui draws attention with his visuals that he has never seen before. It creates a unique atmosphere with a deeper look, and shows a wide concept digestion by sensibly digesting from casual style that shows off its bouncy charm to tall style that mixes cap hats with black dresses.
In addition, he performed well as a ‘picture fairy’ throughout the filming, drawing enthusiastic responses from the staff. It is rumored that each cut showed a unique expression, making it impossible to take your eyes off with a witty pose as well as rich facial expressions.
Roh Jung-eun expressed her love for acting in an interview held with a photo shoot. When asked why acting was good, he said, “It was my first time to have an actor’s dream when I was eight years old, and I thought it would be better to show myself in front of others,” and added, “I want to show more of myself that I don’t know from now on.” More pictorials and interviews of Roh Jung-ui, who has shown endless potential as an actor, can be found in the January issue of “GQ Korea.”