Jung Il Woo signs with a new agency, ‘Forest Entertainment’
Actor Jung Il Woo, who recently concluded his role in MBC‘s hit drama, ‘The Moon That Embraces the Sun‘, has revealed that he is now label mates with the likes of Jun Do Yeon, Gong Yoo, and Gong Hyo Jin.
On May 4th, his new management agency, Forest Entertainment, confirmed, “We have signed with Jung Il Woo.”
Jung Il Woo stated, “The reason I contracted with Forest as my new agency was because I trusted the company and the CEO. I’m going to work to improve myself as an actor in the future.”
CEO Kim Jang Kyun expressed, “Jung Il Woo has a lot of potential in that he’s able to weave in and out of genres and roles unlike other actors his age. We hope to uncover his hidden potential by helping him grow as an actor through great future projects.”
Source + Photos: Sports Seoul via Naver
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