Korean actor Sung Hoon is revving up for a full-scale activity in Japan after signing management deal with a Japanese agency.
Sung Hoon has signed for his Japanese management with the country’s agency IMX, his local promoter Y Tree Media said through a press release Monday.
As his 2011 debut drama “New Tales of the Gisaeng” grabbed noticeable popularity in Japan, the 30-year-old actor will release records and hold concerts in Japan under the management of IMX.
IMX, with ten years of experience under its belt, also set up its Korea branch in 2004 and was the first firm to set up a Korean drama Internet service in Japan in 2002. The Korean office of IMX takes care of careers of Hallyu star Lee Joon-gi.
Sung Hoon, the star of SBS’s time-traveling series “The Faith,” is currently starring in SBS’s weekend series “Madly In Love.”
Reporter. Cory Lee
Courtesy of Stallion Entertainment