Umji of GFRIEND, Choi Tae Joon, And Three More Singer and Actresses Scheduled to Guest On “Running Man”


Umji of GFRIEND, Choi Tae Joon, And Three More Singer and Actresses Scheduled to Guest On “Running Man”

Umji of G FRIEND , Choi Tae Joon, Park Jin Joo, Lee Se Young, and Jun So Min reportedly, are now in Gongju, South Chungcheong province. This diverse group of singers and actors are in the middle of filming. They will be appearing on the upcoming episode of SBS’s “Running Man.”   According to Soompi , the five female and one male guest will be pairing up with the existing cast of the “Running Man.” Many are reportedly curious to see the logic behind inviting one gentleman and five ladies. Nonetheless, the broadcast date for the episode of the upcoming “Running Man” apparently has not yet been confirmed.
  Umji is accordingly the female idol star who has been endlessly criticized about her looks. Netizens frequently referred to her as the ugly member of GFriend. She herself seemed to have noticed the cruel nickname as she self-consciously hides her face on stage in the past. Choi Tae Joon-won a Best New Actor award for his role in the 2014 television drama “Mother’s Garden.” According to Viki , he started his career as a child actor in the 2001 television drama “Piano.” He reportedly joined the cast of “We Got Married” in 2016. It is in the film “Sunny” in 2011where Park Jin Joo made her acting debut. She went on to star in many popular films and television dramas, including the web drama “Spark” in 2016. She also appears in the Viki original series “Dreamworld” that was filmed in both Los Angeles and Seoul. Lee Se Young began her career as a child actress. She accordingly made her acting debut when she was four in the 1997 television drama “The Brothers’ River.” She has since emerged in many popular films and television dramas. The other guest, Jung So Min reportedly immediately attracted attention when she made her acting debut in 2010. She played a supporting role in the television series “Bad Guy.” This led to a leading role in her next project “Playful Kiss,” the Korean adaptation of the popular manga “Itazura na Kiss.”

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