Jun Ji Hyun, So Ji Sub, Ha Ji Won, Son Ye Jin, Joo Won, Bae Suzy, Ji Chang-wook, Bae Doo Na, Kim Ok Bin, and Ma Dong Seok are legends of the big screen.
The Hard-Hitting Stars of Asia Are Streaming to Your Screen
Western audiences are taking to Asian T.V. dramas and films in growing numbers. Thanks to the Internet, Britons, Europeans, Canadians, and Americans are finally experiencing the best of what the Asian film industry offers. Countries far and wide, from Singapore to Hong Kong, China to Japan, and Korea to Malaysia, comprise the kingpins of Eastern moviemaking, and the Asian star shines bright. There are scores of talented actors from these nations, including Jun Ji Hyun, So Ji Sub, Ha Ji Won, Son Ye Jin, Joo Won, Bae Suzy, Ji Chang-Wook, Ren Jia Lun, Esther Yu, Qiao Xin, Kim Ok Bin, and Ma Dong Seok. Fortunately, these stars are available for fans worldwide to see in the most awesome movie blockbusters, T.V. dramas, and soap operas.
Peekaboo: Lee Jong Suk – A Major South Korean Talent
Lee Jong Suk is Korea’s rising male actor and model. Lee Jong Suk is a Korean actor known for his roles in Pinocchio, Doctor Stranger, School 2013, I Can Hear Your Voice, and While You Were Sleeping. He was born on September 14th, 1989, in Suwon City into a family of six children (he is the youngest). Lee graduated from Konkuk University with a bachelor’s degree in modelling before embarking on an acting career that began with minor T.V. drama appearances.
He made his film debut as one of Kim Woo Bin’s gangsters friends in Ghost (2012) before landing leading roles alongside Park Shin Hye as Go Nam Soon and Kang So Ra as Han Jung Won/Kim Bok Joo, respectively in Pinocchio and Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo (2016).
The actor has also landed some fashion industry work, including being named the brand ambassador for Calvin Klein Jeans’ Handpicked Collection campaign.
Peekaboo: Qiao Xin – China’s Star from Ode to Joy!
Source: Qiao Xin a.k.a., Bridgette Qiao Mainland China https://www.viki.com/celebrities/22644pr-qiao-xin?locale=en
Born on October 23, 1993, Qiao Xin is a Chinese actress best known for her role as Qiu Yingying in the hit television series Ode to Joy. Qiao began her acting career in 2009, appearing in various television dramas and films. Her breakout role came in 2016 when she was cast as Qiu Yingying in Ode to Joy. The series was a huge success, propelling Qiao to fame on Dragon TV, Zhejiang TV.
In 2017, Qiao starred in the film Ode to Joy 2, which was another box office hit. She has also appeared in the films Dream Garden and In Youth. Fans can catch Qiao Xin on the celebrated Chinese drama app Viki – at the Google Play Store for Android devices. In addition, fans of Asian T.V. dramas and films have access to a veritable library of sizzling-hot titles for Android, iPhone, and iPad devices.
Peekaboo – Bae Doona – Korean Actress & Model
Source: Bae Doona Korea [https://www.viki.com/celebrities/16507pr-bae-doona?q=Bae%20Doo%20Na&qId=2896a716eac905313d14b64fefba05b6]
Bae Doona is a South Korean actress and model known for her work in the television series Sense8, Cloud Atlas, and Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance and in the films The Host and Jupiter Ascending. She was born on October 11th, 1979, in Seoul, South Korea, where she attended Youngshin Girls’ High School before graduating from Konkuk University with a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Studies.
She made her acting debut in The Ring Virus (1999). This was followed by Barking Dogs Never Bite (2000) and Take Care of My Cat (2001).
She has starred in Next Sohee (2022) and Broker (2022) in recent years. In addition, she is fond of T.V. drama series and starred in Stranger (2017 -2020), Kingdom (2019 – 2020), and The Greatest Divorce (2018). All in all, she’s featured with 38 credits across the board, with many more productions in the wings.
Peekaboo – Ma Dong Seok Korean Muscle Man & Action Superstar
Source: Ma Dong Seok [https://www.viki.com/celebrities/15150pr-ma-dong-seok?locale=en]
Ma Dong Seok (Don Lee) is a South Korean actor and mixed martial artist known for his roles in The Unjust, Dancing Queen, Nameless Gangster: Rules of The Time, The Neighbours, Love 911, Flu, Bad Guys, Train To Busan, Derailed, The Villagers, Unstoppable, Ashfall, and more recently The Roundup.
With 61 credits to his name as an actor, Ma Dong Seok, the Korean-American superstar, is arguably the most bankable Asian action star from South Korea. His last film – The Roundup, generated $101 million worldwide – the third biggest Korean film by box office takings of all time.
The list is long, and there are dozens more superstars from Asia. The high-quality T.V. and cinema releases from Asia guarantee endless hours of sizzling-hot entertainment on PC, Mac and mobile for film fans everywhere.