KCON is bringing some of the biggest heartthrobs in Korean and Korean-American entertainment to Los Angeles.
With their official teaser for KCON LA and NY 2015, the KCON team has announced that joining previously announced Reply 1994 star Son Ho Jun are none other than Kim Soo Hyun, Ki Hong Lee, and Daniel Henney in Los Angeles.
Since rising to fame in with his quirky lovable character, Haitai, in Reply 1994, Son Ho Jun has gone on to act in many dramas and films including Trot Lovers which starred Apink’s Eunji, The Full Sun, Big Match, and Three Summer Nights. The 31-year-old actor has also shown that he has quite the knack for variety shows as he joined Laws of the Jungle and Three Meals a Day.
Kim Soo Hyun is undoubtedly one of the largest names in Asian entertainment today, with his name appearing along with big names like G-Dragon on a Hollywood blockbuster poster and Korea proposing a Kim Soo Hyun island recently. While his father prepares to comeback with a trot album, the Korean actor has just finished a successful run with this year’s hit drama Producer starring opposite IU, Gong Hyo Jin, and Cha Tae Hyun.
Ki Hong Lee is a Los Angeles-based Korean-American actor who has starred in everything from YouTube shorts with Asian American production team Wongfu Productions to the recent Hollywood movie series The Maze Runner. He will reprise his role in the sequel, The Scorch Trials, set to open in theaters worldwide later this September. After being named People magazine’s fourth “Sexiest Man Alive” in 2014, the actor broke the hearts of fangirls everywhere when he wed his girlfriend of four years in a lovely ceremony north of Los Angeles.
Daniel Henney gained fame in South Korea with his role in My Name is Kim Sam Soon in 2005 and since then has gone on to become the face and spokesperson for many brands in South Korea alongside major stars including Jun Ji Hyun and Kim Tae Hee. He has also worked in Hollywood and is most known for his role as Agent Zero in the X-Men series. His credits include the highly acclaimed television series Criminal Minds, NCIS, and the Hawaii 5-0 reboot in 2012. However, many will recognize him for his most recent role voicing Tadashi in the Disney movie Big Hero 6.
— KCON USA (@kconusa) July 16, 2015