Korean rookie actor Kim Moo-young, better known as a twin brother of K-pop star Junsu of group JYJ, joined the same agency with his brother.
Kim Moo-young, who already has noticeable followings in China and Japan before official debut, has signed an exclusive management deal with C-Jes Entertainment, the growing agency announced on Tuesday.
With the stage name ZUNO, Kim released single album in China March of 2010 and held showcased in Beijing, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan and Japan. He continued singing activities with single albums in Japan from five months later.
The multi-talented star, whose real name is Kim Junho, also wrote lyrics of JYJ’s “Mission” and Kim Junsu’s solo tunes “Tarantallegra,” “Thank U For” and “Don’t Leave.”
The 27-year-old star first appeared on the local small screen through TV Chosun’s drama “Ji-un-soo-dae-tong” (Romanized Korean) in 2012, is currently appearing as Ji Chang-wook’s guardian warrior in MBC’s popular series “Empress Ki.”
Reporter. Cory Lee
Courtesy of Kim Moo-young’s official Facebook page